As a kid, I always had an interest in technology. When I was in high school, I spent most of my time on the computer, playing video games and surfing the Internet. I also spent a good amount of time tinkering around with my computer, trying to figure out how to improve my experience. I was never much of a writer, so I used that time to learn about different topics like web design, programming, plugins, and more. I eventually graduated from high school and went to college for computer science. Despite my parents’ concerns that I wouldn’t be able to make much of a living as a programmer, I have always been a very ambitious and driven person, and I had my mind set on becoming a software engineer.
The blogging world isn’t exactly what it used to be. In fact, it’s not just about blogging anymore. With the rise of social networking sites, it has become easier than ever to join groups of like-minded people and discussion forums about your favorite digital topics. (We tend to favor tech-related stuff here at Live Laugh Tech, but you’ll find groups on everything from cooking to fashion, too.) Bloggers have even joined in on the fun, and more and more of them are starting their own vlogs and other online series. As you can see, blogging has transformed into a new way to connect with others and share your thoughts and opinions on whatever subject you feel like sharing them about.