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Infections gone YAY!, Computer woes, and Chrome + Mac = bad read this before you chrome, and another xmas card!

Posted Dec 15 2010 12:00am

As far as we know my Upper Respiratory Infection (URI) is gone and I am so glad. Having my sinuses and nose blocked up from the infection was a bugger but thankfully Bactrim knocks stuff out FAST. I was feeling better within a day or two but I wanted to wait to give the final news till I was more uhh, well, finished with the antibiotics.

Sad Mac

Sad Mac

Yesterday I had some serious computer woes, if you are an old mac user you recognize the “Sad Mac” face above, if not, let it be an icon for you to think of when your mac is down. I had to restore it from  Time Machine thank god for Time Machine. But unfortunately I lost my Windows Virtual Machine, serves me right. from now on I keep the virtual machine on the external drive, not the internal with the mac files until I figure out how to back it up with Time Machine. Thank god for Time Machine saving my main life. At least on my Windows Virtual Machine it’s all stuff I can just download again which I might conveniently place in a passworded package on my server… Anywho enough of the techno jargon as most of you won’t get it :P

Google Chrome vs Safari

Google Chrome vs Safari

Oops, I thought I said enough techno jargon, bring it on! Here we have two Icons, Chrome, and Safari next to each other. Well I’m gonna tell you something here. If you don’t mind having ALL your favicons and history GONE if you restore from Time Machine then use chrome. If stability is what you seek, tight system integration, and whatnot. Choose safari. Ok well this wasn’t a very good Google Vs Safari post, oh well its designed to be simple for regular people. Go read a techno-babble blog if you want a real post on it.

Harold's card and photos

Harold's card and photos

YAY! Another card hit the digitizer today. I love getting cards and digitizing them is half the fun! Thanks Harold from Leather Oaks. He is like me, loves rubber and leather. He is quite similar to an Autistic person but has not been diagnosed. I think he is Autistic

Anyways, I’m going to sleep night. Goodnight blog.

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