Where In The World Is Tech Man?

Since I know all my loyal fans who love reading my articles are probably wondering where I’ve been for the past month, I thought I’d write a little article explaining what I’ve been up to. What has been going on in my world involves great research and tech work, taking on large and small jobs to help keep me full of great article ideas to share with you.

So this is where I have been, on big research projects collecting data to share with all of you. Or, perhaps life has just been crazy. Either way I feel I owe you an explanation for my absence and figured it would be more entertaining if you could choose what I have been up to. So here are 3 choices for you. All could be true, or none, so let’s get started.

  1. I have been in the UK studying up on the new roads that can charge your electric cars. This is very shocking research. It is a very dangerous environment to work in… but hey, it was for research.


  1. I traveled to Google’s head office to find out who I need to slap for creating the new LOGO or who created the name of their parent company called ALPHABET… Really, I think this company needs help. Right now it looks like my 2 year old could come up with better ideas. In this picture I have let my hair grow a little too much.


  1. Or I have been training at NASA for the first human mission to MARS. I love space and this one could be true. Of course I hate flying but I would still do this trip. Just need a good long drink to keep me relaxed. Any Suggestions?


Again to all my readers thank you for sticking with me and reading my articles. I will be getting back into the swing of writing for you real soon, so be ready for great things. The funny part about this is these are three things I really do want to write about. If you have a suggestion for an article you would like me to write, please comment below.




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Jason Shuffield

Jason Shuffield is a 20 year veteran of the computer and general tech fields with experiences in running a computer repair company, in-home consultations for the tech challenged, and social media management. He enjoys writing tech articles and producing how-to videos for the technology challenged, and takes great pride in being able to help people from all levels learn to make the most of the technology around them. He feels technology should be accessible to everyone.


  1. I’d like to think that you’ve been dodging the rain showers in England and perhaps catching up on a bit of cricket mate, but I have a feeling you went to see Google. On the other hand, your absence could be explained by that EVA.
    I recognise that part of England you were in by the way. It’s the M4 motorway a few miles out of London heading west, somewhere not far from Reading or Heathrow.

  2. My vote is for #2. Sounds like a simple and practical way to get a large company to listen. In fact it’s probably something each and every one of us has wished we could do at one time or another!