Queue the Queen song (Spotify link) and change a couple of letters.
So here’s how it went down. First, Delaney made all A’s for the entire school year, thereby earning herself a MacBook Air. She loved it from the first minute.
Then Raina killed her 30th or so computer via some combination of misuse, her weird electrical charges and bad luck. I talked her into getting a MacBook Air. My thought was that it would be harder to kill than her 31st Windows desktop. She loved it from the first minute. It’s still alive after a couple of weeks, so it’s already outlived several of its predecessors.
Then I realized that I couldn’t really travel for more than a day or two without a laptop. I love my iPad, but I have to have the ability to edit Word documents and whatnot. I looked at my old, massive, HP laptop. And said “hell no.” No way I’m lugging that thing around.
So I bought my own MacBook Air. And I loved it from the first minute. The trackpad takes some getting used to at first, but after a day or two, you realize how well it is made and how logically it works. I like it heaps.
In fact, after finally figuring out how to get video files from my camcorder into iMovie (the secret is to plug the entire camera into the computer, and not just try to import the stripped out video files; which is an annoyance, but by no means a deal stopper), I started thinking about going all-in. I probably will, when my aging HP desktop bites the dust. I see an iMac in my future- maybe.
So, I am now fully Apple where mobile technology is concerned. MacBook Air, iPad and iPhone. All that’s standing between me and complete Apple capitulation is a shiny new iMac. Somehow I think resistance is futile.
Earl is going to tell me he told me so. And he did.