Re: Tech writers: our sad lives

Subject: Re: Tech writers: our sad lives
From: "Tissa Salter" <tissa55 -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: Tissa <liticia -dot- salter -at- qatar -dot- tamu -dot- edu>
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 10:07:04 +0300

I'm laughing as I read this discussion because I just returned from
being in Texas for the summer and saw the fridge with the LCD front...
I did note with regret that it, as of yet, is not wireless. See, as
someone who loves to cook and couldn't afford to ship all my
cookbooks, I can see great merit in this innovation. As it stands
now, when I'm cooking for company, I bring my laptop to the kitchen,
hook-up my little snap-on speaker set, load for my
recipe reviewing and for my music.

I see great potential for a built-in wifi stainless steel docking station!



Tissa Salter
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