mobileFreq

Who are you?  

A soon-to-be college alumnus who loves all things tech and has a “sense of humor”.  I try to put a positive spin on most of my articles.  I like helping people.  I also like teaching.  Teaching is kind of first nature for me.  Add all of that along with WordPress, some sweat, and many tears to a blender, puree it for about 5 minutes and you get this site.

What is the purpose of this site?

A blog/news site/some other third thing to help give insight on the wireless industry.  Read, anything mobile.  I want to keep it clean, simple, and easy to understand.  Most importantly I want it to be authentic, as in I want to put as much of a humanistic touch on technology as possible.  Something people can relate to.

 Why the name “mobileFreq”? 

Many moons ago I started this site by a different name.  For those of you who remember what it was called, you might agree with me that it wasn’t the easiest to remember.  Whenever I shared my site’s name, I would have to really…enunciate.  While that name will forever be remembered as my baby, I learned a great bit from the ordeal and have moved on to a sleeker and simpler name.  One that gets the point across that my main focus is the mobile industry.  One that is very easy to say and remember.  One that hints that I’m a bit of a “freak” when it comes to this field, but also am consistent with my posts.

“mobile news, moderate views.  mobileFreq.”

Ok, so what’s up with the occasional peanut butter and jelly reference?

To answer a question with a question: because who doesn’t like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?

Seriously, what’s your deal?

Well a good peanut butter and jelly requires a perfect amount of 50% peanut butter and 50% jelly (and maybe like 10% bread in there somewhere).  That is just how it is, I didn’t make up the rules.  Any deviation from this and you have a completely ruined sandwich.  How unfortunate.  This is how I want my website to be.  I don’t want to be so biased towards one particular device/topic.  I want to look at everything with an open mind.  There is never one “right” answer.  So like a PB & J, you need to have a perfect blend of both sides of the story.

So that’s where the purple and orange colors come from?

You got it.

So now what?

Well now that we know each other, take a brief moment to read my very first post.  I figure it still is relevant and is neat to “go back in time” to see where I was headed with this site.  I’m glad you are here.  Welcome to mobileFreq.

<p>Recent Penn State grad who loves all things mobile. Has a knack for teaching and enjoys a bit of alliteration.</p>