Thursday, April 29, 2004

The Fluke as Computer Accessory

Andy Ihnatko from the Chicago Sun-Times calls the Fluke "one of the finest computer accessories I've ever acquired":
"Yes, it's a computer accessory: It has a flat base, so you can stand it upright next to the keyboard. See, the reason why your computer keeps crashing, freezing and stalling on you isn't because the only people who hate you more than God are programmers. It's because the computer industry wants you to broaden yourself.

So it keeps giving you these five to 20-minute gaps in the day to learn some new chords..."

Saves thousands of dollars on computer hardware, too! (Paul Harvey quoted Andy's piece on his radio show today. I haven't located the segment, but it should be here) Link (Thanks, Dr. Nelson!)

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