Technology is not a device you own. It's a choice you make.
Ever wondered what your life would look like without technology?
Sure, you'd love to spend a day without being nagged by your phone and mailbox. But technology is more than a device you own. Technology is a choice you make, every moment of every day.
Like when you choose not to stand in endless queues to book a movie or pay your bills.
When you vote to order takeout biryani so that you don't miss the season finale of (insert your favorite TV show).
When you absolutely have to wear your whites extra-crisp, even on casual Fridays.
When you'd rather say it with emoticons because, you know, it's so much cooler than grammar.
When you muster up the nerve to finally test your beginner's luck with baking.
When you choose to buy your clothes, books and gadgets with one nifty little click, and wonder why you can't do the same for your soap, ketchup and batteries.
Good news is, (drum roll), now you can!
Finally, you will get whatever you need, where you need, when you need it. With one nifty little click.
Not just because of technology. But because you choose to.