Look! Look! It's a new computer!
I've had my sweet little netbook for most of five years now and it's showing its age--slow, the down arrow doesn't work, and I've bought enough batteries for it.
So spouse told me I was getting a new machine for Christmas. As soon as I figured out what I wanted.
Decisions are hard, y'all.
I finally got this sweet new thing on Thursday.
I've yet to figure out all the bells and whistles, to navigate between touchscreen and touchpad, or the downloading of critical software beyond a few goofy entertainment apps.
The poor thing is neglected* while I continue to pound out my important works (OK, mostly Facebook updates) on the old comfortable system.
How often do we stick with the comfortable rather than switching to the new? How much pain is required to push us to change?
*And yes, I have a personification habit.