Sunday, September 21, 2008

Marriage made in Macs?

'Tis done. I am not quite a bride - it's been a while - but if you look a the pic you'll see a sort of marriage going on, as my new iMac talks to my four-year-old laptop. Actually, it's more a case of the new machine apparently hoovering all the info out of the old one while leaving it behind at the same time. Nothing short of miraculous, if you ask me - which is why, presumably, only the very ignorant or very credulous would ever ask me anything about computers.

Anyway, I'm now using the new Mac, and very speedy it is too - except when my wireless signal appears to fail, as it has done a couple of times this evening. Don't know if this is a hiccup in the Airport or at this end, but time will doubtless tell. I love the big shiny screen, which allows me to see what I've got open far more readily than the small screen; I love its brightness and its wonderful colour rendition. And the keyboard is a joy - the low-profile click of the laptop with the ergonomically more pleasing position on the desk which I am now sitting higher above. Whatever is doing it, my typing speed seems to have improved already.

I still have some moving around to do - the desk is tidier than it has been in years, and I had to clean the dust of ages to allow the mouse to function (still getting used to the mouse, BTW). I can't see one of the pictures above my desk and will have to move it up the wall. But I'm a happy bunny nonetheless. Cheers!

5 comments:

  1. Ah, blessed assurance. Being a Mac user is knowing you are one of the elect. Every day I wake up and survey the many problems and annoyances of the day ahead and I say to myself, "Well, at least, I'm not a pc user. I am so much better than that."

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  2. Just you have fun with the new toy, and forget that the rest of the world regards Mac users in the same way as decent Christians regard evangelicals!

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  3. Welcome to the world of desktops. May it bring as much joy to you as it has to me!

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  4. Thank you all for your kind welcome to the newcomer. I love it already. And it's wonderfully speedy.

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  5. A bit late in replying to this I know... but the Firewire transfer of settings, documents etc. is miraculous! :-) One of the many the stunningly wonderful things Macs can do.

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