Fri, Dec 30, 2005, 9:48am (EST+5) email@example.com (Charley) doth
<snip> A few of these situations might be justification for finding a PC
and replacing that WebTV. If budget is tight, used PCs that are internet
capable can be had for nearly nothing these days.
Not really. I would have already gotten a PC, except for the fact
I can't figure out what I would actually "need" one for. The WebTV
covers all I really need - surfing the web, sending e-mails, receiving
spam e-mails, I've got a printer. It uses a wireless keyboard, also a
hand-held remote, or you can plug in a wire keyboard. I don't have to
buy software, I don't have to worry about viruses, etc. Granted, it's
klutzy at times, its slow at times, and so on, not as fast or as
flexible as a PC. BUT, it does work, it's paid for, and does what I
need. When, and if, it dies I will seriously consider getting a PC.
Until then I'll just stick with it. Sometimes I can even find a free
You'll never get anywhere if you believe what you "hear".
What do you "know"?
- Granny Weatherwax