Sean, good to hear that Wyatt is doing so well - you and your wife must be very excited!
....and thank you for your very generous offer, but I think I'll pass.
Don, I looked at some of those fan cooling pads in the past, but the fans were exposed or otherwise they were intended to be used on a desktop. I use my laptop on my actual lap, so whatever I get needs to have a flat bottom.
I'll check out Staples the next time I'm there though, just to be sure.
For my laptop I bought a placemat that is made out of board. I took the round felt pads that you normally use underneath chair legs and put them two high in the corners of the placeboard. When I am curled up in bed this provides a nice base for the laptop and leaves room for air to circulate underneath. Someone else I know used the rubber doorstops and that works fine on the desk as it elevates the
the rear of the computer and the rubber doesn't let the computer slip.
Slept in today and now I just don't know if I am going to really get going. Up at 7.30 to let puppies out and crashed again til 10:00. It is after noon and I feel like it is just the beginning of the day.
So, I guess I should grab some brunch - I have left plenty for everyone else, including fresh fruit, sandwiches and there is a treat for desert if anyone cares for it.
G'day. Survived the morning, and drove like a bat out of hell to get home in time for my wife to go to work. I was a little long on the sermon
Good news on Wyatt! Glad to hear it.
And somewhere, Margaret, I hear the distinct sound of the world's smallest violin....
Seriously, though I have always considered it ironic that one can no longer hold one's laptop in one's lap.
"Courage, my friends; 'tis not too late to build a better world."
"Never confuse the faith with the supposedly faithful."
courtesy of S*P