Since I bought the iPad I've easily dropped my desktop usage from daily (and heavy) to once or twice a week. Half of those times are simply me coming home for lunch and choosing to sit down at the desk instead of the couch so I have a place to put my food, not a real need to use the desktop.
I have been on the Mac a bit more the past couple days since I got my Google+ account, but I'm sure once the iOS app comes out I'll have little reason to. I'll definitely be playing around with Lion when it comes out too. Other than those two things and backups and photo storage I really don't crave my Mac anymore. I've already decided I won't be buying a 27" iMac for my next computer …I'll be going with a 21" (or whatever is the smallest available a couple years from now). Can't really justify the extra pixels anymore.
Loc: Louisville, KY
Ah, Waleed sent me an invite for google+ but it never came. Can you spare an invite? Ha
Yeah, I only sit at a computer when there is something that won't work on the iPad. And at work, that is only the state of KY's website. And at home, i have to use it to upload to smug mug, but with IOS 5, that should fix that
The invites are kinda weird. They turn them on and off. Right now I cannot invite anyone and that also means those who have been invited cannot sign up (even though they have an invite). Also, when I got my invite I never received a notification email. Since Waleed invited you, all you need to do is wait until they are accepting new people and just go to http://plus.google.com …instead of seeing the not currently available message you'll get a login box.
I'll post here again if I see my invites available again. Anyone else that reads this and wants an invite just send me your email address via PM.
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