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I've been using the ASUS Ep121 for a year and a half now. Nothing beats it for portability. Why? (1) Same power as the Zenbook Prime. (2) WACOM digitizer pen which, if you haven't used a WACOM, I don't blame you for thinking pen-based computing sucks; it rocks for notes. (3) Bluetooth keyboard is light, slim, NOT chiclet, and OPTIONAL. (4) Really good battery life. (5) Full HDMI video output. So it is very much a slate and a laptop. The only drawback is that, about once a week, it freezes...but the reboot off the SSD is only 20 seconds, so who cares? I keep waiting for something to surpass it, but so far, nothing does. My next move will be to install Windows 8 onto it.
Toggle Commented Sep 23, 2012 on The Last PC Laptop at Coding Horror
Where's the comparison of books to their predecessor, scrolls, or to their predecessor, clay tablets, or to their predecessor, rock walls? I'd also add "what about their predecessor, oral communication?" But that's been done: http://www.amazon.com/Orality-Literacy-New-Accents-Walter/dp/0415281296
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2012 on Books: Bits vs. Atoms at Coding Horror
I have been in environments where the corporate culture has stratified employees so strongly (strongly typed, har-har) by their titles that meetings were blessings...when they happened. If you work in a place where each "level" refuses to acknowledge anybody lower, even in passing by in the hall, then meetings are the only place a larger picture of your work effort can emerge.
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2012 on Meetings: Where Work Goes to Die at Coding Horror
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