I’m writing this sat in seat J129 of the Compton Stand at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. What could be better? A day off, clement weather, a day’s international cricket, and the internet on my netbook.
The Vodafone data network is great when you have a 3G connection — just as good as being at home. But when the signal drops down to GPRS it feels like going back to the old dialup days. Still, even when slow, having the netbook means I can be connected anywhere.
I know, let’s try to take a photo on the netbook’s webcam. Talk amongst yourselves for a couple of mins…
How’s That! Or rather, Owzat!?
Shutting me lid now. Can’t manage netbook and can of cider on lap simultaneous.