I looked at myself this morning in the mirror.
I see a man with reasonably good health, strong… a man with all black hair (with the occasional-but-still-pluckable-white hairs).
And then I started imagining how I would be like when I’m old, and withered,
I smiled briefly when I was pondering about the wrinkles, the white and bald(ing) hair…
But then I stopped smiling, because I started imagining what I would’ve think at that age about my younger days…
I was thinking some people might have been too serious and too focused on having a better life, and that’s not bad, I was thinking that we need a little stupidity in our life every now and then.
And then I think about how I would think by then looking back at my current self in a critical perspective, how I would’ve and maybe should’ve changed, and…
After seeing all the wonderful Windows Phone 8 devices, it looks like after 5 generations of Sony (Ericsson) handset, for my next phone, I’ll be switching to WP8 device, because Sony Mobile does not plan on a WP8 device.
Although it’s not necessarily going to happen this year, most likely late 2013, I just want to nofe that I have the intention to switch to my future self.
I was almost going to switch to Lumia 800 earlier this year, but seeing as Nokia priced it too expensive at that time, I decided on another generation of Sony (Ericsson) Xperia device.
The phone doesn’t have to be a Lumia, cause HTC and SAMSUNG also have WP8 devices , but considering the good relationship between Nokia and Microsoft, if I want the best support available for a WP8 device, then Lumia is the one to get, also because I like the design of the recently announced Lumia(s).
I feel like your death is the end of an era, the end of the Golden Age of Technology
Although I might not be a direct consumer of your products, I deeply respect you, and feel saddened by your passing.
I fear that we’re entering the Dark Age of Technology without you where lack of innovation, desire and passion is increasing.
Rest In Peace Steve Jobs, thank you for everything you’ve taught me,
these are the ones that touched me the most,
“if you haven’t found it yet, keep looking, and don’t settle, as with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it…”
“if today were the last day of my life, would I wanna do what I’m about to do today”