Computer in Living Room
When I was growing up, my friends would often visit my grandmother’s home and we’d often spend hours in her computer in her living room. My grandmother loved that her home was filled with technology. She had a VHS player, a Blue Ray player, and a Fairly Sound cassette player. She’d entertain us with her knowledge of technology and we would play games on her home computer against other computer and gaming enthusiasts from around the area. I enjoyed being involved with her group so much that when I moved away I helped to pay the bills for one of the other members of the group. Although my grandmother used her computer in her living room to play games and communicate with friends, it still felt very special to me.
As an adult I enjoy spending time on the computer
I love being able to meet new people, writing articles and creating web logs, and enjoying online role playing games. However, my computer in the living room is also where I go to read stories, work on my writing projects, and take photos of favorite vacation spots. When I entertain friends and family in my living room, I make sure that my computer is also part of the scene.
In fact, when I entertain guests over the computer at my house, I almost always bring my laptop along because I love being able to use my computer to play games, chat with friends and family, or just read a book. Sometimes, though, when my friends are over and I need a computer to play some online poker, I bring my personal computer with me. It’s nice to be able to use my computer in my living room, but sometimes I want to use the convenience of my laptop to play online poker while my friends enjoy poker at my house.
My living room is quite small
There’s barely enough space for a television, a few chairs, and a bookshelf for my books. So, having my computer in that spot can leave me with little room for other items. What do I do? Well, I bring my computer with me to my friends’ home when I play online poker!
With a home office, there’s no need to bring a computer with me when I entertain friends and family because my computer is always with me. I don’t have to worry about whether I have enough space in my living room to place my computer – I can put it anywhere in the home. And even if I do entertain some friends and family members in my living room while they play online poker, they don’t really have to know that I’m using a computer in that particular room because they won’t see it unless I tell them.
The truth is that having a computer in your living room can be quite useful. For one thing, it eliminates many of the hassles that come along with using your computer at home – including long walks to the store, gas money, and time spent mowing the lawn. I also eliminate the need to carry paper clips with me whenever I go to the store. Having a computer in your living room also means I can watch television more easily, especially in HD if my existing cable or satellite provider offer it. It also means I don’t have to worry about my children getting into the computer at night when I’m watching television and inadvertently turning it on or off because they were playing a game on their cell phones.
Of course, there are times
When I don’t want my computer with me at all – like when I’m just relaxing in my living room. This can be equally dangerous, because you never know when you’ll accidentally fire up your computer and start playing online poker for money in an hour from now. Therefore, it’s best for me to simply disconnect my computer from the home network and make sure nobody else is using it when I’m not there to prevent any risk of accidental firewalls. This is especially important if I want to take a trip or simply leave the home for an extended period of time.
Another issue with my computer is that it’s a distraction for me. Since I’m in my living room, sometimes I don’t feel like paying attention to what I’m doing when I should be focused on the game or the TV. This is why I have to close my laptop every time I leave the home so I won’t accidentally put it on while driving to work. I also have to close my computer when I leave the house because I might be tempted to play online games while I’m away from home. So, basically, my computer is really a danger to me because it hinders me from living my life the way I want to live it.