So I am technically a corporation, but not in the “Corporate” sense of the word.
Case in point – my computer, pictured below.
A few important things to note:
- It’s a Toshiba. Not a cute little Mac. This is because everything we have at home is PC-based. And my non-IT-Department husband threatened to bill me for any time spent dealing with Mac-PC compatibility issues. So I have decided that, yes, I am a PC.
- I’m missing four keys. (Can you spot them? The answer's at the bottom of the page.) This is because during the last two and a half years, wine store dust and crumbs (because yes, I eat over my computer) have colonized under the keys. So I have become an expert at popping them off and cleaning out the gunk. However, I’m not such an expert at popping them back on. But never fear, they still work. A little squishy, but they work.
- The left mouse button is more than a little worn. In shiny Mac land, this would be annoying. In grey-PC-missing-four-keys land, this is barely worth mentioning.
- You can’t see it, but the power cord is plugged in. It’s always plugged in. Because without electricity, my computer has about two minutes of battery life. This means I always have to be within two feet of a live outlet or I can’t get any work done. You think it’s difficult to find free wi-fi? Just try to find free wi-fi and a live outlet. (I know where this magical combination exists, but I’m not telling.)
And like I said. I’m not a Corporation.
Answer: Missing keys are X, F7, up arrow, left arrow