If you ask me if I can work on making a website three years ago, I’d laugh at you and told you that it would be impossible. I mean, really, how would you be able to make a decent website on the first few netbooks that came out, especially the Asus Eee PC 701 that I first had? No, I’m not dissing the Asus Eee PC 701, it’s the gadget that started this whole netbook revolution and I’m glad to be one of the first owners of that baby, but you know, my current phone’s more powerful than the Eee PC 701. It still has a place in my fat, geeky heart, though.
Thankfully, it’s all changed. Netbooks are still cheap, underpowered and a bit cramped, but they’ve jumped in leaps and bounds so much that it’s possible to actually use Photoshop and build a website on them, because their screen resolutions have come up to respectable levels. We can now make websites, upload them with decent FTP software, and host them on great servers and point to it domain names that we chose.