However, it's not the internet or LGF communicability I want to post about today. It's about computers. If I linked this story correctly (crosses fingers)the latest and greatest are the new "purse" sized "laptops"
"while computer makers scramble to roll out models that are ever smaller and lighter, nobody has stopped to ask just how small is too small.
Dialogue Technology Corp.'s Flybook and Fujitsu Ltd.'s Lifebook P1500 are two purse-size tablet computers that beg the question. Each has 8.9-inch displays and weighs less than 3 pounds."
I don't know about the rest of youse'all, but the keyboards on those I can only use with an pencil eraser and "hunt and peck" and the meese and/or trackballs require TEENIER fingers than any human over the age of 7 or so, should have. So who uses these (very expensive) bitty computer babies? Is it just "hip" or cool (kewl?) to own them even if you can't use them or use them only with great inconvenience or, as usual these days, am I missing something here?