It has become suddenly apparent to me that I haven't used a word processor in years. I feel kind of ridiculous writing up a blog post in Notepad, though. Restaurants without wifi FTL.
I messed around with Ommwriter for a few minutes, once. It was developed for Macs, I beleive, and only later did they come out with a Windows version. I used it on Windows and... I don't know if it just didn't match the OS or if I just didn't like the program.
I should try it on my hackintosh, though. I'm writing this on my little MSI Wind notebook.. the perfect build to make a hackintosh. It's a dual OS notebook, now. I rarely ever boot into the Mac side, though. I don't really know much about Macs... I think there's a name for this specific hackintosh, and I know the operating system has a name... Snow Leapord? Using Windows operating systems so long... it's not terribly difficult to use a Mac, but it does seem to be a little counterintuitive.
Do Macs even come with word processors? They must... it's just so funny how much I don't know about it.
Lately, though, if I feel the need to create a document, I've just been using Google Docs, which I really, really like, actually! I absolutely love the ability to share with people and the ability to access my files from any computer without having to do any extra setup or anything. Stuff like this makes me really excited about "the cloud" and intrigued about Google's new internet-only Chromebook. Have any of you had the chance to play with it?
|If you love Google so much, why don't you just get a tattoo??|
But when you don't have wifi access... :(