Top 22 Computer Screen Quotes

Here we have the best Computer Screen Quotes from famous authors such as Jenny Han, Michael Connelly, Michael Pollan, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Drew Sidora. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

When you handwrite something, you're writing your most
When you handwrite something, you’re writing your most raw, pure thoughts. If you want to change it, then you have to mark it out, and people can see you laboring over that thought. I think even the act of hand, pen, and paper is much more intimate than with a computer screen.

I used to tape over the top corner of my computer screen so I couldn’t see what time it was. I like the idea that I’m just with the words and not knowing what’s going on with the world, when it’s lunch or dinner.

Specialization makes it easy to forget about the filth of the coal-fired power plant that is lighting this pristine computer screen, or the backbreaking labor it took to pick the strawberries for my cereal, or the misery of the hog that lived and died so I could enjoy my bacon.

When we draw on the tablet, the drawing shows up on the computer screen. If we have chosen to tell the computer that the stylist is to behave like a piece of chalk, or a pen, or a wet brush, it will.

I have a beautiful platter of various fruits as my computer screen saver. It’s a constant reminder to eat healthy! It helps me to make healthier food choices throughout my day.

Drew Sidora
Every night, I will write until I’m done. Until my eyes are burning and tearing, and I can’t see the computer screen anymore, till I finish the script, till I get to the point where I’m happy stopping, till I get everything off my plate, because I hate going to bed with a full plate. It makes me very neurotic.

You’ve probably never thought about it before unless you happen to write for a living, but professional writers are doomed to spend most of their waking hours sitting by themselves at a desk, staring at a blank computer screen and waiting for lightning to strike.

I don’t sit down in front of my computer screen and think, ‘Right. Today I shall begin a story set in this or that period of history.’ I just get ideas from the world around me.

Ann Turner
Just because someone can sit behind a computer screen and have a different name and hide themselves, they feel like they can do anything to anyone.

Nobody reads the disclosures that roll down your computer screen. You click ‘I agree’ but you don’t know what you’re agreeing to.

If you are stuck on a problem, go for a walk and think about something else for a little bit. Going for a walk is very helpful for a writer because if you are staring at a blank page of a computer screen there is all this pressure.

I am not one of those people who string their exes along. Instead, I run and hide: under the covers, behind my computer screen, on opposite coasts of the country.

I can’t read a computer screen and never use a calculator. It’s all in my head and by hand.

Simon Reuben
Animation translates well to a small screen. When you look at Walt Disney or Chuck Jones – you know, Bugs Bunny – there really isn’t any difference if you watch on a very big screen or a computer screen.

When I’m sitting at the desk not being able to write line one, it’s silence and despair! It’s not so easy to put the pen to the legal pad or type the first sentence on the computer screen.

When I was growing up, I was an ’80s baby, so I remember the Sega Genesis and the first Nintendo. I grew up in a time when we first started playing video games on a computer screen. Now there are headsets and your body‘s the controller.

Mehcad Brooks
I think social media is an interesting beast – you can’t get too caught up in it. People can get caught up in it sometimes, but I think it’s important to live in the present and not on the computer screen.

If you’re too embarrassed and want to hide behind your computer screen, that’s what this is for. It’s about building confidence and that’s what U by Kotex does. Girls owning their bodies and health.

I still find the best way to understand a hospitalized patient whose care I am taking over is not by staring at the computer screen but by going to see the patient; it’s only at the bedside that I can figure out what is important.

I have always preferred paper and ink to a computer screen and I still write most of my lyrics by hand.

Any excuse to get away from the computer screen is welcome.

Unlike sitting at a computer screen, printing is very direct and hands-on.

Christian Marclay