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A new beginning at 35,000 ft.

First of all, the fact that this plane taking me to Barcelona, Spain for my second run at the Mobile World Congress tech show has reliable and completely FREE Wi-Fi continues to blow my mind. I really commend Lufthansa for being pretty remarkable and I hope that this is pretty much always the airline I use for most overseas travel.

They also keep offering alcohol to all of us, free of charge. That’s a treat, in and of itself, but unfortunately I can’t drink – more on that in a future post.

There’s not too much that you can do in a plane when you’re just sitting in an often uncomfortable seat, forced to figure out what to do with your time. Wi-Fi on this flight was a blessing, in that regard, since it allowed me to finally get down to business with my new personal blog. Given my growing image on the internet, due in vast part to my work with Android Authority, it was time for me to create the rather obligatory but also very useful hub for all that I do on the interwebs. Hence, joshuavergara.com. I know, original, right?

For those of you who have known me for at least the past few years, I might sound a bit like a broken record. I’ve had quite a few different ‘new beginnings’ both in my personal life and through my online identities. But while I might not be able to figure out what this beginning will lead to, I am incredibly hopeful for what is to come. Continue reading A new beginning at 35,000 ft.