E-Recycler Squashing Poverty

Intravenous Content

If you’re rImageeading this blog right now there’s a 99.9% chance you own your own computer, laptop, tablet, and/or mobile device.  And chances are you’ve owned your own computing devices for at least a decade.  You may use your computer for work, for pleasure, or for both.  Most likely you use any and all of your tech devices on a daily basis as your apps, favorite websites, and iCal fuse seamlessly into your day-to-day life.  And surely your current life path can thank a computer in some way whether it was the application it allowed you to process for college or work or the searches you did that sparked your life path today.  Today in the United States it is nearly impossible to function, progress, or succeed in anyway without a computing device.

So as you can see, being plugged in today is essential in the United States.  Having…

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