If an engineer is as good as the tools he uses, then, whoever built this computer should be shot.
That was just by the by. In actual fact, my brother-in-law is a joiner, and he seeks perfection in every job he undertakes.
So, technologically, when we look at the bigger picture, we should seek this also?
The tools we use to create words, sounds, and graphics hold many hidden treasures.
Sights, sounds and a myriad of wonderful pictures are yours to admire - just by using the right tool to bring them to life.
A computer is a box containing the tools of the trade every Inter Active Technician requires to ensure that a good standard of work is achieved.
Every Bank Holiday, DIY stores are jam packed with those of who would rather stay at home and fit a kitchen than join the throngs on the crowded beaches or in even more crowded pubs. How long will it be before technology will be so advanced, that you will be able to go on holiday, and when you return, your kitchen has been fitted by an all thinking, all doing team of computers?
Phew! What a prospect. Sitting at a bar in sunny Spain, with your laptop on your knee, supervising things at home.
Treat your tools with respect. Don’t let your hacksaws, drills and other of your favourite pieces of equipment you have used for years feel neglected though. In the future, some magnetic force may enable your computer to issue commands for them to do the heavy work.