With advancements everyday in the world of technology, it can be hard to see how better smartphones and tablets and video games could possibly be a bad thing. Interactive whiteboards in schools and online homework make education so much simpler while the tiny computers in our pockets make communication across the globe the norm. Fifty years ago such things were a vague dream up there with flying cars and commercial space travel, but now it can be hard to escape the wide reach of technology. We are – quite literally – living the dream. Continue reading
Let’s start with why. Why would you want to build a computer?
Do you need a computer?
Are you a gamer?
Do you do lots of filming/editing?
Does saving money appeal to you?
Do you want to know more about technology and feel more prepared to fix something when it inevitably goes wrong?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then I strongly urge you to hear what I am about to say: Build it yourself!