I was sitting at the Jetpacks Mobile WorkStation™
when I noticed a bunch of logos staring back at me. And so, this blog post was brought to you by Yahoo!®
peripherals, the Dish Network®
Wireless Broadband and Kensington®
peripherals. (And Blogger®
, by Google®
And none of them have paid me yet.
I guess I use them because they're good, or maybe I perceived them as quality goods and services at affordable prices when I engaged them in business, but how do I know that's true if I don't try the others? Like a fickle client leaving a decent, performing agency for another, I'm willing to ditch these brands who haven't been giving me cold, hard cash (or kickbacks & free stuff) in return for my patronage.
So, if another computer manufacturer would like to furnish a better laptop than this rode hard, put-away-wet dinosaur, get in touch. I might even be persuaded to crossover to the Mac®
or another competitor of the Dish Network®
wants in here, we're open.
on the wireless? (Oh, wait. I mean AT&T®
.) And I'll go ahead and invite Sprint®
to participate in the RFP.
? You want a piece?
Oh, wait. Google®
provides the blog, the email, the cool maps, the relatively reliable search results, the awesome view of my house from outer space and all kinds of other goodies - for FREE
. (All with a simple, clean interface. Verdict: Exempted this month) So, MSN®
, you get first shot at the beer cozy sponsorship.
...I guess you can stick around a while longer. One month exemption.
(Oh, yeah. Nikon® took the picture. You have 30 days from today, otherwise Canon® gets a shot.)
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