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The Crafty Barber

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  1. Hmmm.... If you have the spare cash I would say go to your local Best Buy. Pick up a Toshiba Chromebook 2. Use it for a week or two and if you don't think its worth the $250 return it. It's quite disturbing that I'm surrounded by Macbook Airs everywhere in every work environment, coffee shop and library. They're all doing the same thing as me. They either have a browser open or are doing some kind of word processing. I have never seen anyone running some major piece of software that needs a powerful computer. Yes, its much more affordable than a windows laptop. I did alot of price compariso
  2. Here's the funny thing. I bought a Toshiba Chromebook 2. I've used Apple since Apple IIE and Commodore days. I really just wanted something that had a keyboard instead of the dreaded iPad keyboard or using a case with a keyboard etc. The strange thing is that I haven't touched my $3500 powerbook since buying my Chromebook. It cost $250, has an HD screen and can do everything I need it to do!!!! Mind you I will have to go back to my powerbook to process some photo in Lightroom but.... I'm completely sold on Chromebooks. I think Google really has something that should be catching on. Pick up a
  3. Hmmm... Not so good. I simply don't understand. Wouldn't it have been better to just maintain Evernote Web until you developed something good? I'm shocked that such a great company would allow something like Evernote for Chrome to be released. Please tell me that this will be scratched and a true Evernote for Chrome OS app is coming.
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