Growing up in rural Midwest/Appalachia, that's all I ever learned to play.
"Mr. Asimov, did you know that in 2013, a quarter of all Americans will own an android?"
"Why, the future will be astounding!"
"Another quarter will have iOS!" trollface.jpg
Some earlier examples I enjoyed:
I take it to meetings and take notes with OneNote and switch to my calendar or e-mail or Office when needed. Also if I am troubleshooting something away from my office, I take it with me and connect to the Internet with a screen size that is preferable to a phone. If I need to do something not supported in the RT system, I can use Remote Desktop to a full-fledged Windows machine. Now, I could do some of this with an Android or iPad, but it's nice having the Windows interface. Also I prefer carrying the tablet around to lugging around a laptop. Having said all that, I still do 95% of my work at a desktop, and I'm not sure the value from the tablet is really worth the high price.
At home, I don't have any need for a tablet. I'm either doing involved stuff on a laptop or quickly looking things up on a phone.
but I won't buy a BlackBerry under any circumstances.
- Meat Loaf
Those are the things you can't say. Not without getting soaked, anyway.
I'm just excited about learning a new word that I'll have to try to work into a conversation today.
I spent many hours in my youth falling down holes in Death Mountain while Ganon laughed at me.
It bugs me that when printing or taking a screenshot of a web page with graphics that were originally vector-based but had to be converted to PNG, the coarseness of the graphics look awful next to the crispness of the text.