I'M B-A-A-A-C-K!!!

Life is really, really, really good.

When I came home today, I found the HP shipment, with my new keyboard. I took the laptop apart, popped out the old, slipped in the new, and held my breath while I put it all back together. Minus a few screws, which, I swear, were there a few days ago. I think.

Then, I fired it up. What a thrill to find that, indeed, as promised, the keyboard was the problem.

Which it is no more.

It's kind of fun. The keyboard "bounce-back" of the keys is different. More elastic, less "tired". It almost feels like a new computer.

Without the effort involved in transferring files, thank God.

The biggest problem with the old keyboard was that getting use of the top row (!@#$%^&*() symbols and the HMTL-specific symbols involved too much extra effort. Until I lost the SHIFT keys, I had no idea how much I used those keys every day.

I'll be back to posting more regularly now. Now that it's not such a ridiculous effort.

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