-- Just one more thing that does not work. You learn from every experiment. You learn what works, or sometimes, what does NOT.
From the old folks home, four of us walked to Starbucks, I carried my laptop along, to see how to file a journal entry from the coffee shop. I ordered latte and asked how to connect to internet from there.
"You have to be signed on with T-Mobile." I am not, but I ought to be able to get as far as the "enter your PIN".
So I turned it on, but could not see the screen. By squinting I could tell that I had excellent signal strength, but could not read anything else on the screen. I moved to a darker corner, and one of my companions shaded the screen while I struggled.
My problem? I could not find the control to make the screen brighter. Stumped by a simple problem like that. I closed it up and brought it home.
Where am I on the learning curve? At the very bottom.... how to make the screen brighter. Actually I have learned two things. (1) You have to subscribe to T-mobile, and (2) you have to be able to make the screen bright.
Still to come, someday, an entry, right from Starbucks.