On Mon, 06 Sep 2004 20:52:32 +0100, the mental interface of Gareth Eason told:
> David Cathcart wrote:
>>> On Mon, Aug 30, 2004 at 03:02:08PM +0100, Ken Gilmour wrote:
>>>>>> I don't wear a toolbelt, I pay for my trousers to be made to fit
>> my waist, thus negateing the need for any belt.
>>>>> lol! - I try to do the same, but unfortunately my waist is a moving
> target ... mostly in the 'outward' direction :-(
>> As someone who always has a laptop (at least, if not two!) and a
> mobile phone with me, I find that I have excellent connectivity and
> functionality, though very much at the expense of weight and bulk
> carting stuff around with me. This is generally not a huge problem
> for me - though I'd leap at the chance to carry less, if I could
> make some _reasonable_ trade-offs in functionality.
>> Best regards,
Try bringing a laptop to the pub with you for a few gargles and then getting a call to fix a downed windows server at 2 am when its closing time and the backup is already in place! I just look at my XDA and say "nope... too drunk to fix it, saves me the hassle of booting stuff.
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