Life without a laptop

by Lorenzo Piccoli


Half an hour ago I gave my laptop to Stefania, who is about to fly back to Italy and give it back to me in two weeks. While I am sitting here and waiting her to get safely to the airport, I can’t help but thinking that since I bought my Mac I always carried it with me, no matter where I was (US, Ireland, Serbia, UK, Spain, Canada, Spain again, UK again) Perhaps the only exceptions were Netherlands and Cannes, 2009 (one week of so). And still, even without the laptop I can do virtually everything with my phone – even updating the blog. Technological devices are gettino more and more pervasive, and in my case this is happening really fast.

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