What am I grateful for? My laptop netbook

I have an Asus netbook computer and I am grateful for this. I could go online and look up stuff, go on youtube and see educational videos to inspire me. And I could type up my writings on word, plus go on wordpress or blogger to type my blogs and post them on facebook or twitter. My laptop has been and intricate tool for my writing and communication.

I remember days before computers, you had to use a word processor where you could make many mistakes and it would be difficult to correct or use a typewriter where mistakes would be easy. I learned to type on a type writer.

Now since computers have taken over and i-pads are around our lives are easier. We can make money online if we apply ourselves. We have alternatives from the hustle and bustle 9 to 5 job. When they cut us at work, we could try to apply our profession and sell whatever we could sell even e-books.

I wrote a book that I plan to release as an e-book. For those who are interested in reading what it is about read my blog http://josephevaldi.blogspot.com All of this would not be possible if I didn’t have my netbook.

There are many other reasons why I am appreciative of my computer. It has been a major tool that I am using to affect my writing business. And I plan on finding out more benefits as I keep on using the computer. Thank you for the computer.

For those of you who might be interested in a netbook a link is below.

ASUS 1025C-BBK301 Eee PC Netbook Computer / 10-inch Display Screen / Intel Atom N2600 1.6 GHz Dual-core Processor / 1GB DDR3 RAM Memory / 320GB Hard Drive / 3-cell Battery / Webcam / HDMI / Windows 7 Starter / Black

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