My 15" widescreen on my laptop was fine until I wanted to view A3 pages on it. This was needed when getting Read and Write to read pages out to me. At that point, at University, I was struggling. I researched it and found out you can plug almost anything in the HDMI port. My new laptop has only a HDMI out.
The new monitor is a Samsung S24D300HS 24 inch LED HDMI Monitor which was £100 from Amazon. I'm not one to buy much new stuff these days but I expect to have this monitor until it dies, or I do. It has made so much difference to my working and studying environment, I haven't viewed the laptop screen for weeks, but at least I know it is there if I need to go portable. Even 20/21 inch monitors seem tiny now. Also, I hope, that the modern monitor is being fugal in the electric.
Through student loans and as I have dyslexia I was given some free goodies to help me. This included an external USB keyboard and mouse, which I found out are worth £5 each, but I am using them righ…
The Cutty Sark and I go way back. I went only to look at it from the outside as the main aim of my trip was to see the National Maritime Museum. However after that I was very disappointed with the Museum and decided to pay to have a proper look at the Cutty Sark. I had wanted to visit it for years. My Dutch grandad used to have a model of it and the ship, therefore, had been a part of my early years. I do remember he had several more Cutty Sark objects which meant visiting it was a connection with him. It was a very strange feeling to finally be standing on a ship I had always thought of visiting but never had actually done it.
It was not disappointing! I always thought the glass under it was odd, but having a coffee while sitting under the ship was quite something. All the old figureheads from long dead ships is also very haunting.