środa, 18 kwietnia 2012
Thanks for the guest post by Donn Schroeder
Considering the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon that attracts tourist here every year, you would think that Arizona would be like the desert that surrounds it, isolated, slow, and still. However, that is not the case. City life is at its peak here and one would never know that the still, placid desert lies outside the gridlines of the interstate highways. Even more amazing is the amount of communication and data that travels through the city without anyone of us knowing. Every person carrying a mobile device capable of internet access seems to be able to metaphorically travel the information super highways through the assistance of companies like t1 Phoenix. The irony is that if you put that same person in the middle of that natural wonder that surrounds the city, I am not sure he could navigate at the same speed and precision. Take away his phone, and I am not sure he could function at all. I guess my point is that although we have amazing technological advancements today, we still need to know and understand the things in nature that have surrounded us.