Being a Dad Seriously Cuts Into My Gadget Time

Terrific article by my man (and SU fraternity brother) Cory Treffiletti in Mediapost, “Being a Dad Seriously Cuts Into My Gadget Time.”

From the piece –

“When I was in my 20s and early 30s, I had “spare time.”  I’d dive deep into the ins and outs of my newest gadgets, and in a matter of hours I’d have the iPhone figured out, my Jam Box synced with every device, and all the software on my devices running the most recent version of whatever system was available.  I’d have remote access to desktops (when that wasn’t easy), my playlists would be synced with that weeks’ new releases, and my TiVo would be almost empty because I was up-to-date on all the newest shows.

Then… I had kids.”

Funny because it’s so true.

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