It's interesting to note how mobile computing has changed my habits. Several days, now, I've pulled my laptop into the living room and chatted with folks while watching television (baseball works particularly well for this), or written and surfed while T has played games or otherwise done his own thing. I'm not having to make nearly as many choices about what I want to do -- multi-tasking is the name of the game. Whether or not that's a good thing long-term I haven't decided, but I'll figure it all out. I end up taking the laptop to work probably about twice a week. Last Thursday, I brought it along so that I could take advantage of the public library's free wireless rather than having to come all the way home between work and going out to dinner. Worked out beautifully. I imagine I'll do the same thing this week.
Time to get back to the connected world. Still, this was a nice experiment. I should do it again.