On Sunday, June 9, I bought a really great mobile device called “Nexus 7” at a very reasonable price, a little less than $200. Nexus 7 is a Google Android tablet PC. I thought to get a Smartphone but because Smartphones require a monthly charge for Internet usage, and because Nexus 7 can connect to the Internet with WIFI, I decided to go with the Google Android Nexus 7 instead. It means no monthly charges! Nexus 7 is not a phone but it runs Skype, email, Internet, and has millions of applications. So far I installed a train schedule program, VLC video player, a weather forecast program, Japanese input software, and KJV Bible software. Nexus 7 is beyond my expectations! I bought for it an adapter cable so I could attach it to an external USB keyboard, and a WIFI router to carry with me while traveling. When visiting friends I can connect the WIFI router to their Internet modem to get online. And in Japan there are some free WIFI spots. I found two so far.
Yes, as with all electronic communication gadgets there is a risk on privacy. Before I turned the location finder off, Big Brother Google pinpointed exactly where I was!. But hey, what I do and what I have to say I don’t mind if anybody and his brother know about it. In fact, I want them to. I wouldn’t have made this website if I didn’t. I’d rather have the freedom to use tools of communication to get proclaim truth even though it may risk my personal security.
And I say unto you my friends, Be not afraid of them that kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do. — Luke 12:4
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou (the Lord Jesus Christ) art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. – Psalms 23:4
A web article that says exactly what I feel about security and privacy: