Wouldn't it be nice to simply pick up a device, do what we need to do, and put it back down again? In a world that's gone tech-mad, it's oh-so-easy to spend a ton of money on tech devices and service...and then stare at them all day long, for no good reason. When we do this, we make technology the master, not the servant. I wrote Putting Tech in Its Place because technology had that kind of power over me. I used it too much, and spent too much for the privilege, to boot. In this book we'll look at technology from the Bible's perspective, learning how to tame the beasts that sit in our pockets, by our bedsides, and on our desks. It's meant for anyone—young or old, tech "newbie" or veteran—that wants to take control of his or her tech life. In Part 1: The Spiritual Side, we’ll look at how technology gets in the way of godliness and how can we re-take control of our lives. In Part 2: The Financial Side, we’ll learn why we spend so much on technology, and learn how to reign in that spending. In Part 3: A New Buying Guide, we’ll examine specific tech products (smartwatches, smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc.) as well as common tech services (home internet, cable TV, video services, etc.). What should we look for, what should we be wary of, and how can we spend less on technology? If you’d like to learn more, please visit putting-tech-in-its-place.com/blog. I post several articles there each week, and I also suggest some tech products that should serve the average user well without breaking the bank.