Also, going from portrait to landscape mode might be unpleasant for you..
Yeah, when you have vertebrae with no discs between them, it hurts to turn your head from landscape to portrait view.
I have tried using a bandage for additional support but then I have difficulty breathing and swallowing, etc.
Nah, I think I'm stuck with my Desktop PC in landscape, I'm afraid.
It did occur to me, however, to tip my monitors on end to practice using portrait view, but that didn't work too well cos too much sh!t was off-screen that way.
Are you sure she added the 'cave'... that she wasn't just calling you an old bat?
Yep, she definitely added 'cave'. However, I did inquire as to the 'old bat' thing, and I just got a wry smirk... so you may be on to something there.
She did ask where the bat pole was, though, and I replied: "Don't be silly, how am I gonna get my cups of coffee down here if I'm hanging on for grim death while sliding precariously down a 'bat pole'?"
Nope, can't afford to land with a thud, not with my aching and brittle bones. Owwww.
Since it will always be on, and the Blueray can read it to play tv episodes.
Yeah, same with mine and the Netgear Stora.. can access video, music, photos and documents anywhere in the house there's a network connected device. That's the great thing about the netbooks [Shaunna and I each have one]... can be sitting on the bog [loo] watching TV, video, etc.
The other great thing about the Stora is that I only have to have that on,... as is connects via the router rather than the PC.... and being a less complicated device [not as much junk in it] it represents a power saving as opposed to leaving my PC on down here to do the same thing. Currently I have 2 x 1tb HDDs in it, but I can interchange between drives easily and will grab a couple of 2tb's later for greater storage capacity.