Top 10 rules of public speaking (or pod-casting):
10. Forget 1 through 9 and just speak with British accent!
@sil could say anything and it would be hilarious!
I have to kind of agree with the laptop vs desktop argument. I’ve tossed bits and pieces into my desktop over time because I could and I wanted to and it made it more awesome (or at least still relevant).
But I use my laptop much more because I can take where ever I want (usually the couch, with my feet up). I also tend to use my laptop much more on a whim, whereas when I go down of the “office” where the desktop is I know I’m going to be there the entire evening.
And now if I was to buy a new computer it would be a laptop because 1) the only way to “upgrade” a laptop is to buy an entirely new one; and 2) I use my laptop more so I feel I’ll get more “value” for my money.