So I'm a freshly minted college grad with a degree is business and I currently have a job (banking) but I'm wanting to broaden my horizons and learn new things. I've never really been a tech-head or anything but I think computers, programming, just technology in general is interesting and I would like to work in this field somehow. I'm not completely sold on going back to school to do computer science/ elec. engineering just yet. I thought instead I could work on getting certifications and trying to get an entry-level job and getting experience. I have some experience in a technology business as I built/wired control panels for a few years while in school. Don't know if thats worth anything or not. Guess it depends on what direction I want to take. I was wondering what you guys thought about all that. like i said i'm an utter n00b when it comes to the lingo/jargon of computers, programming, etc. but i was hoping to get some general advice like "If you want to do computers you should go this route." OR "Get this cert./ take this class and go this route." OR "Stay away from our jobs fagg0t!!!!1 Ur 2 stoopid 4 computerz!"