Pros and cons of netbooks?

Pros and cons of netbooks? Topic: Cons of homework
July 22, 2019 / By Hayley
Question: Im looking for a computer and I came across the netbooks so I want to know whats good and bad about netbooks. Also what brand I should get.
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Dorothea Dorothea | 5 days ago
Pros: -Very portable -Lightweight -Perfect for basic functions on the go; homework, facebook, music, web browsing, etc. Cons: -No CD/DVD drive built in -Perhaps too small for some people's liking (10" screen or less) -Very low specs; not good for anything beyond basics listed above
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Dorothea Originally Answered: Can I get the pros and cons of international adoption? Pros and cons of foster to adopt?
International adoption worries me greatly. There have been so many stories about children being put up for adoption that still have family members that could care for them. Adopting them and taking them to the US (or other western countries) means that they not only lose their family - but they also lose their language, their country, their culture. Sure many would say that they'll have a 'better' life in the US - but who are we to say such a thing. Why are we - in the western world 'better' than anyone else?? It just crosses a really blurred line. UNICEF writes that inter country adoption should ONLY happen if there is no other choice for the child. But how much money has been paid under the table - and what is really the truth?? I also read many IA blogs (international adoptees) - and so many struggle with many more issues than I do - and that's saying a lot!! There are literally thousands of kids in foster care that need loving families - NOW. I think that all adoptees carry some 'damage' - from the act of being separated from their mother's and other family. International adoptees suffer more 'damage' from loss of country etc. If the child then suffered some kind of abuse - then the child would be even more 'damaged' - on top of all those things. Ultimately - there are so many children that need love - and a stable home. And if they do find families that love them for them - not try to make them something they are not - and acknowledge fully where they have come from/their past - they will be far better off. You have to look in your heart and see how much you're willing to take on. With kids from foster care - there may be many early problems to iron out - depending on what the child has been through - but the rewards would be great in the end - for knowing that you were doing the very best for a child that really needed it. Oh - one other point - at least if the child was from foster care - you might have a better chance of the child being able to have some knowledge of their first family - and hopefully some kind of contact. For the child - an adoptive parent such as yourself - who understands the need of adoptees - this would be a great benefit for the child. Sorry - I'm rambling today - thoughts are all off the top of my head. I hope I've helped a little. Here is a blog from an adoptive parent - Margie - which could be very helpful. She adopted two children from Korea - and is now very much involved with ethics in adoption - a lovely lady - and a great read - http://thirdmom.blogspot.com/ She also has a HUGE link page you could scan. Here is a link to Larry's blog - he was a child given up for adoption - but ended up in foster care his whole life - and aged out when he was old enough - http://prairieguy.wordpress.com/ He would be a great resource of foster care knowledge. And here are links to adoptee blogs - many of whom are Internationl adoptees & as well as domestic - http://www.adultadoptees.org/forum/index.php?topic=2805.0 I really appreciate - on behalf of many adoptees - your openness and your willingness to learn. It's refreshing. Thankyou.
Dorothea Originally Answered: Can I get the pros and cons of international adoption? Pros and cons of foster to adopt?
Hello, my name is Chelsea Cha, and I am a grade 11 student at Earl Haig Secondary School. For my Family Studies research project, I am conducting a study of the factors that encourage couples and single parents to access international adoption agencies to adopt children. You have been chosen for an interview because you are in the process of adopting or have adopted a child through international adoption. Your identity will not be revealed. I am only interested in finding out generally why people choose this form of adoption. No individual answers will be used, just group answers or percentages. Individual answers will not be discussed with agency.Please answer the survey through the link below. Thank you. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/internationaladoption123

Cath Cath
Pro's = Portability, Light weight, cost efficient Con's = No CD Drive built in making it extremely hard to repair the computer (buy the external USB drive for the extra $75 as it's worth it in the long run). The overheat faster. Limited resources.
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Annabelle Annabelle
my opinion there are no good points the ones i've borrowed are bad paperweights stick to a smallish laptop with inbuilt wifi
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