I fully understand, javadog, but this is where I've been all my life. I've been using computers since I was two (How I miss my Apple IIc) , and online since I was three (ah the mac IIfx), I've grown up in the best part of the computer age, And I want to be a part of it. I built my first computer when I was 9. So you can see, it's what I want to do. Whether or not I fail, I'm going to fail in a Job I love. I don't know about you, but I'd rather fail having fun, than succeed being miserable. Sorry to put you through the sob story, but thats how I feel.
Oh same here, that's why I am a Technical Support Technician for a global IT distributor. I get to see the new stuff before anyone else, tons of perks, and great pay.
Owning your own computer business is rarely fun, and it gets old fast. If you love computers, think about college and working in the IT/Admin field. Good luck either way!
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