||My first computer back in 1982 was a Sinclair ZX81, then I bought an Apple IIe, and started writing about computers on a //c. The emerging computer magazines wanted articles about PCs, so I got a so called portable thing that looked like a sewing machine, weighted about 30 pounds, and never ceased a strange relationship between PC, Apple II, Mac, Unix then Linux, and now computer fonts. Oh, I forgot to mention I was on Compuserve in 1982 and sysop of a now defunct French equivalent (CalvaCom) much, much before the Internet became a common word. Yes, I am a geek, or, rather, a child of an era when wireless meant nothing like wifi, but more like Nat King Cole and 45 rounds vinyl records. Beware, childrens of PSP, MP3 and GPRS : one of these days, you too will feel like having travelled through time... But you know what ? I still like Jazz, enjoy Art Nouveau furniture, and consider the first Mac "architect lamp" as a masterpiece to show in contemporary museums. Why should PCs always look like cheap washing machines ?