Well, my trusty MacBook is in the Apple store to have its keyboard and faceplate replaced (again!). Several keys are now blank-faced divots and the /d/ is starting to stick, while the faceplate is splintering. Just like last time. They seem to last about nine to twelve months.
That’s what happens when you type a million words a year on a keyboard, I’m thinking. So I’m on the emergency backup computer which, shall we say, is not a communicant of the Cult of Macintosh.
Grr. At least it lasted through the drafting of Tourbillon. And budget permitting, I’ll probably replace the entire computer before I am forced to replace the keyboard again. Though the space opera project may kill this new keyboard first.