Don’t be flip with the sacred. Banter and silliness give no honor to God. Don’t reduce holy mysteries to slogans. In trying to be relevant, you’re only being cute and inviting sacrilege.
I’m trying out Ian’s snazzy new computer. It is very cute. If Ian was writing this blog, he would tell you all about the dual-processing thingies, the fingerprint reader (that is pretty neat), the two gigs of memory, other specs, etc etc. But since I’m writing this, I say it’s cute. Diminutive, I think, is the word that first comes to my mind. My KEYBOARD at work is bigger than this. It’s also very shiny everywhere in a way only new electronics can achieve. How do they get them so pristine? Surely those low-paid Chinese workers have to handle it at some point.
I have played some with the handwriting recognition stuff, but it would take me between two and three hours to write this using that so far, so I’m just typing on what feels like a very, very small keyboard (although I’m sure if I text-messaged more I’d feel it was grand and spacious). Anyway, my first impression is that it’s shiny, both the hardware and the software. This is our first foray into Vista, and I’m not yet sure what I think of it. Only time will tell.
Now I’ve spent more than enough time fiddling around on a computer after already spending eight long hours bugging my eyes out at work. Time to EAT.
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