Joined 11 years ago from Alpharetta, GA
My name is Brendan Spaar and I am a tech blogger/ photographer from Forsyth County, Georgia. My work has been published online and in newspapers in Louisiana and Georgia. Look for my blogs and CNN iReports.
I have a passion for learning new things and trying to keep up with this exciting and fast paced world. Researching and using technology that works are favorite interests of mine.
Making this a better place and reducing harm to the environment are top priorities .Since 2012 I have volunteered in the Forsyth County GA area. Animal rescue is where I enjoy volunteering / supporting and I am commited to giving back to the community that enables me to do what I do.
I also enjoy blogging about the crazy world we live in. Maybe we'll meet in passing on the Information Superhighway. One of my favorite quotes is by Elbert Hubbard-
"One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man."
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