Now that would be easy!

Internet connections are now ubiquitous. I generally assume that any home I'll walk into has a computer from which I can readily check my mail. Numerous tourist information stops we visited during our travels also permitted me to check my mail. But that doesn't necessarily mean that I can walk into a home, open up a laptop, and find myself connected (as my brother was able to do when he visited by us). This also, however, is becoming standard. One of the homes at which we stayed still used a dial-up connection, and another, since it had only one computer (certainly sufficient for one person living alone) wasn't networked. But I think that at all of the others, had I had a laptop, getting online would have been as easy as simply opening the computer. I'll have to remember that for my next visit ... and find someone to donate me a new laptop.

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