We can buy anything we want online, from cheap bedroom furniture to diapers. Most stores have online shopping options, which is nice because I live in a small town that doesn’t have a Target, Babies R Us or Old Navy.
But it hasn’t always been this way.
While walking through Murray State’s campus with a friend last week, I reminisced about how I didn’t have a computer of my own in 1997, the year I got my first email address, which came with my parents’ tuition payments to my higher education institution. This memory came to mind when I walked by the building that had a convenient computer lab between my dorm and the journalism building. Then I thought about how much has changed in 13 years.
My husband and I just started enjoying the convenience of movies being delivered to our mailbox and Wii. Plus Facebook, Twitter and blogs make the world seem smaller than it did when we weren’t all so well connected. And I really love my iPhone.
And thanks to technology, you could win you a $65 gift certificate to use at one of CSN Stores‘ more than 200 online stores, which allow you to shop from home for anything from practical cookware to cheap bedroom furniture to entertaining toys.
So how does technology affect your life? Answer that for me in the comments section and you’ll be entered in a random drawing to win that $65 gift certificate to CSN Stores I mentioned earlier.
For additional entries, follow me on Twitter [one entry] and Tweet about my giveaway [one entry for each daily Tweet]. Leave links below if you do these things.
The contest is open to anyone in the United States or Canada, as those are the countries to which CSN Stores ships their products, all this week. Also, for entries to be valid, I need to have your email address so I can tell my friend at CSN where to email the gift certificate. I will draw a winner Sunday, Sept. 26.