I’m on the road. We are attending the American Library Association Annual Conference in Orlando. And I can’t wait to go home. I miss my own bed. I really miss the cats. And I miss my desktop computer.
Yes, I know that laptops are marvelous inventions. I love the ability to bring my work with me wherever I go, without having to duck into a library or an internet cafe to check email or whatever. But I hate touch pads. They don’t like me. If I so much as breath on the touch pad, the cursor takes off to parts of my screen unknown. Then I have to hunt for it and correct whatever errant keystrokes it recorded wherever it took itself off to.
Did I mention that I can’t wait to go home?
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Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Hop
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The Hunt for Vulcan by Thomas Levenson (review)
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