Going to France & MWC

Tomorrow I am leaving to France! Then later this month I will be attending MWC as press. Lots of new devices will be shown! Fun stuff!

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Erica Griffin

HI! My name is Erica Griffin. I am known on the interwebs as The Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff. I create insanely in-depth technology reviews as well as blog my experiences about what it is like to incorporate them into everyday living! I am from San Diego, CA. I went to the University of California, San Diego for my bachelors degree in Cognitive Science (I studied brains and hormones and why people do what they do). I specialized in Human Computer Interaction. Then I minored in Digital Media Production. Mix that all together and you get THE TECHNOLOGY NERD WHO LIKES TO FILM STUFF hehe. I love my boyfriend, François Simond, aka Supercurio, from XDA. He means everything to me and has been so supportive of me through all this! I love tech (obviously), I like to sing, I like to make origami models, I love to travel, I believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and savior....

2 thoughts on “Going to France & MWC”

  1. Hi Erica,
    Just discover your website yesterday, impressive. Will get back later on your excellent down to earth tech. approach. Meanwhile, since you’re in France and Barcelona area, and want to escape the city buzz (and cellular range perhaps), there are nice roads-landscapes to discover all around, especially, the triangle formed by Barcelona-Andorre la Vieille Leucate village-Barcelona, as per:
    Barcelona going north via route C16, E9, N260, C145 towards Andorre La Vieille (Pyrenées mountains on the West-east axis to the Med sea, then N116 on the France side, passing through Font-Romeu, Prades. Maybe pushing trought Leucate village (nice). Then going south following the Med sea via route N260. Coastal villages getting prettier from Port-Vendres, Banuyls (good local specialty wines) Cerbères and then the Spain coast back to Barcelona.
    Landscape varies from quite nice to impressive, stepping from Spain and France, back and forth, often mixing capable mountains and the Med.sea, a little bit like what you get behind San Diego going through the mountains (eastbound).
    Have a good European trip.

    Jacques Lemaire
    Montreal area, Canada
    PS: Hope my english syntax is OK, my primary language is french.

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