Now that I fixed the boot problem by replace the xorg.conf file on the CloudBook, it’s full speed ahead. However, since I fixed the machine (I also broke it), I got to take it home for the weekend to test. Once I got home and connected (this time easly) to my WPA2-encrypted wireless router, I decided to try logging into WordPress, our blogging software, to see how it works on the CloudBook. A lot of bloggers would love to have a UMPC like the Eee PC or the CloudBook. The small size and weight mean that you can take this machine anywhere and share your thoughts or news immediately on your blog. Unfortunately, the 800×480 resolution screen means that you need to scroll a lot while you’re working in WordPress. Fortunately, you only have to scroll vertcally, not horizontally, because the WordPress control panel can fit in a space narrower than 800 pixels. Still, in order to insert images in this post, I had to remove both hands from the keyboard, place them on the touchpad and buttons, then scroll down to the “Upload” box and select the file. Then I had to scroll further to click the “send to editor” button to insert my image. There’s just a ton of scrolling, but that’s to be expected at this low resolution.