I travel quite a bit, both for business and for pleasure. Under the term "pleasure," I include genealogy-related trips. I spend considerable time going to genealogy libraries, archives, town halls, and cemeteries. Like many people today, I am also "connected." That is, I use e-mail, the web, and other online resources frequently. As a result, I own a laptop computer and use it a lot when traveling.
The various advertisements make it sound so easy to travel with a laptop. After all, it only weighs six pounds or perhaps a bit less. That should be easy to take along and use daily, right?
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