The WiFi Computer

I use a WiFi computer.  I don’t like it like I do the desk top that is hooked up to a modem and receives email and sends them through the cable.  The WiFi is susceptible in the ways that the other computers aren’t.  I have people explaining to me that they can stand about within a two feet range of my computer and CAPTCHA what I am writing.  As a result, they attempt to assist me in writing.  Not a good thing if you are interested in writing in your voice.  I’ve heard, that these are people who don’t believe in the concept of voice.  So, everyone says the same thing in the same way.  Everyone feels the same about an issue and will express it in writing the same way.  This is usually and argument that a teacher hears when a student plagiarized some writing.  I spend hours on the computer and haven’t found this to be true, but I as assured that it is.

To change computer types, I would need to add another phone line to my homeland line phone, because there is another computer in the house.  I would have  to pay an additional fee for the service of the new number.  The phone company doesn’t suggest this as a way to go.  So I am left with the WiFi.  I am a creative writer so you can imagine how this hurts, if you are also a creative writer.  I had a typewriter.   Maybe that’s the answer for the initial phase of writing.  I’m looking for solutions to the problem.  Got any?  Bye!

Author: mitchellworksweb

Lana Jean Mitchell is a writer. She writes poetry, books and movies reviews, short stories and essays. She wrote a movie review blog for more than a year, and is currently has an author's blog I'm on social media, Facebook, twitter, linked-in, and of course amazon.com, and several sites where poetry and books/ children's books are discussed. Visit me with a tweet, a comment, and/or a Goodreads review.

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