I own a Chromebook.  I still found this funny:

Yes, it has some severe limitations.  But I use it to do anything I’d normally do with a browser.  Which is almost everything any more.  There’s very few applications I do on a regular basis where I’m not on the ‘Net to do it.

Even got over the whole 16GB of storage space “limitation.”  (This from a man who currently has about 8TB of data amongst four computers in his house.  My data storage is expanding almost as fast as my ass.)  With some very clever software I can access all 8TB of that content from nearly anywhere in the world . . . as long as that place in the world has an Internet connection.

Used to be everyone had “terminals” connected to a mainframe.  We’re going back in that direction.

True computer geeks.  Paying more attention to printouts and tape mounts than Carol's legs.

True computer geeks. Paying more attention to printouts and tape mounts than Carol’s legs.