Speaking of input, wow, the Internet has done wonders for being able to get honest-to-goodness, real-life information.
As a consumer, I always want to make the right choice-- especially when it comes to big purchases.
For instance, I want this trip that we're taking to Philadelphia to be a pleasant one. Who better to ask advice, than those who live in Philly or who have vacationed in Philly?
We're currently in the market for buying a new camera. My husband, Joe, has been diligently researching high speed cameras that have the ability to take great shots, even in low light. While we can learn about the features from the camera companies, who better to ask advice than people who have purchased the cameras we're looking into buying?
What so many of us are always looking for is 'information.'
Yes, there is lots of information to sift through on the Internet, but I feel that since it's come along, with diligent research, we've been able to come up with good answers for many of our purchases.
It's worth it to ask around, rather than just taking your chances.