The Day of the Dhimmi is Done -
Michael Lumish, PhD, proprietor. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Laurie and I saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier yesterday at the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland. It's one of those old-timey movie houses with a chandelier and a balcony. They used to run vaudeville shows in that joint back in the Way-Old-Days. But, as I walked in to take my seat, after enjoying the shawarma from the food truck at the local farmer's market, I could not help but notice that seemingly everyone was staring into their hand-held devices.I think that I may be suffering from Future Shock.Does anyone here remember Alvin Tofler?He was well before my time... but so am I, so what difference does it make?In any case, I am still dinking around with computer issues. My old desk top just up and died and I am still now sometimes working with a combination of an unfamiliar laptop and the PS4 until I figure what I want to purchase.I will publish my next masterpiece within the next day or two, I am sure.
Buy an ASUS Zenbook.I did great deal of research into it before purchasing one. I went from shop to shop asking questions and ended up on technical sites asking advice.I was tossing up between a Mac AirBook and the ASUS Zenbook. Every person told me the ASUS product was superior. A friend of my daughter, who does PC repairs, told me he has one and it's the best machine he's had.I also thought about the fact that if I bought the Mac, I would also need new software.Weight and battery life if not plugged in was another factor. It is slightly lighter than an iPad. On reduced power unplugged it give about 6-7 hours use.
A Lenovo Ideapad Yoga is nice. It's a laptop and a tablet with a 180 degree flippable screen. Works well, fairly durable. The only thing that's a bit wonky is the larger than 'average' size of the external AC adapter. Feature wise it's like a Zenbook.
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