orbit20 was Re: [TechTalk] intro and buying new computer
Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...>
after I pay bills for rent, oil, tv, internet phone and netflix and electricity so everything runs I have around $370 per month. I save money by getting on budget plans for the bills and calling and getting promotions for comcast tv internet and phone to save money that way as well. as i said in another email good thing Blair technology group is letting me return the laptop for free and repair or replace it for free makes it easier to save up for the orbit reader20 $499 braille display when it comes out sometime this spring according to american printing house for the blind.toggle quoted message Show quoted text
On 3/21/2017 9:38 AM, Rob wrote:
Carlos <carlos1106@...> wrote:LOL. But seriously, I grew up poor myself and I know first-hand that savingThat's for sure. I remember those days myself.
is not always an option.
My first computer that I owned solely for myself was a donated one from the university computer lab. It was one of those flat desktop models--I don't know what you call those. It wasn't a tower, but a flat wide thing like a tabletop. It had been lying around collecting dust, so the head lab tech gave it to me--a lucky break.
Back then I was living on less than a hundred dollars a month, so you can imagine what a big deal this was for me.