Will you please pardon me?

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the technology upgrades I was making to enhance the user experience for my blog readers in the post, High Tech to Highest Tech. Many people offered congratulations. Some were interested in the nuts and bolts of this new wave of technology that I developed and asked questions. This is what caused things to unravel.

I'm embarrassed and ashamed at my behavior.

I’m embarrassed and ashamed at my behavior.

I was forced to talk in circles, and these knowledgeable few had suspicions. Ultimately I couldn’t maintain the deception. The gig is up and I admit I misled everyone. For instance, I posted a photo of a big-screen mobile tablet that I developed which would soon be available in stores.

tabletIt isn’t a tablet. It’s my TV taken off its holder and held just so to look like a tablet.

Jim's TVI don’t even own a tablet. The latest device I have is a desktop with a 10-inch screen that I bought in 1998. Whenever I try to open a window, I have to hit it to make it follow through.

Jim's computerI wrote how I was starting new social media platforms called Twicker, that was similar to Twitter, and Face Notes, which would be the preferred alternative to Facebook. And I was installing wireless infrastructure to support these platforms in wind turbines around the country. Well, guess what. It’s not my crew installing equipment in the below photo. I just happened to be driving along Highway 127 near Pomeroy, Washington and stopped to take a picture.

Wind turbine located in the state of Washington, USA.

Wind turbine located in the state of Washington, USA.

Wind turbine companies wouldn’t even let me in the back door, so I had to build my own towers, which of course, I don’t have the money to do. But I got together enough scrap metal and constructed one myself on some vacant land at the side of the highway. But I lost the signal one day after a big windstorm, and I went out to check on it.

Jim' cell towerIt was so damaged I had no choice but to throw in the towel. So, again, I offer my most sincere and heartfelt apology. I promise, I won’t do it again.

 

 

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