I shift my work between a desktop PC and the laptop. One is attached to broadband, and the other to dial-up.
Lately, though, every time I turn the PC on, there's a faint whiff of hot plastic, as if something is about to have a meltdown. I don't think that's a good thing, is it?
I haven't had the opportunity to get under the desk to see if it's cord or connection or something else entirely, so I've been using the laptop and the dial-up. Not so bad, but I like the comfort of my desk and chair, of being able to lean back and contemplate what I've written.
The lap top is on a table, not surrounded by my reference texts and the chair is just plain uncomfortable - not conducive to writing.
Still, until I find the source of the smell, I can't do much else, though I know I could use the laptop down there.
I have another distraction, too, whose name is S.L. Viehl.
I thought to sit down and read, but... no new books (I'm economising, don't you know), so I looked in my bookcase. Ah, Blade Dancer and the kick-butt, don't-mess-with-me Jory.
So, of course, I want more! I'll have to settle (snicker, snicker) for the StarDoc series and try to concentrate on the rest of the marathon, work and real life, while waiting for Crystal Healer to come out in August.