I'm excited about a lot of things -- today I enrolled in T-Mobile's "Mobile AP" feature that allows me to use my Galaxy S 4G as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Not only do I get to save the $70 on the Wi-Fi only Series 5, but I'll have access to 4G speeds rather than Verizon's 3G network.
The more research I gather, the more confident I become in functioning entirely via the cloud. I won't say I'm all the way there yet...but I can see it happening soon enough!
I can see the unboxing of my new Chromebook when it arrives to be a total anticlimax.
Open box. log in. use chrome.
That's it. Simple.
This is not like normal tech purchases where there are all sorts of options to explore and fiddle with and learn about. It will just arrive and go to work. That is *precisely* what is awesome about these things.
Most of my daily work involves using various websites and apps through the chrome browser on Windows, so for the most part it will be business as usual. There will be some limitations to overcome that will need some experimenting, but I think I'm prepared for most of the fixable ones and resigned to those that can't be fixed yet.