Wednesday, September 21, 2011

digital love

I now have the computer I wanted. It's the same one I brought home a couple of weeks ago, but now it zips along like a hopped-up page-hopping roadrunner. There is just no comparison. All it took was the replacement of the wireless router, which in the scheme of things is a fairly nominal expense.

It took a bit of detective work to cypher that out, but I am enormously proud that I figured it out myself. Now I can start having fun. Oh yeah, and getting some work done.

Tomorrow will be music moving day. I can't wait for those sweet sounds to fill my life again without having to lug out the terabyte HD.

What do you love best about your computer?

8 comments:

kelly said...

love about it? I hadn't thought about that but I guess just that it has always worked and not given me any grief

Allison said...

At the moment, not much. Saving ducets for a new one. I'll report back then.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

That is the very best kind of love that your computer can show you, Kelly, one that you don't even need to think about.

There is not much to love about lemons, it's true, Al. Actually there is nothing to love about them. Hope you can get your new one soon.

mister anchovy said...

I love that with tender loving care, if I get the gas/oil mixture right and don't leave the choke out for too long, it still starts up on the second or third pull.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

It must be the same vintage as my old one, Mr Anchovy!

~Jen~ said...

Kelly you just jinxed yourself!

I hate mine currently...I need an upgrade...and this horrifies me.

Vol-E said...

My computer is almost a third arm or an extra scoop of cerebral tissue. When it is malfunctioning, it feels like I'm running a low-grade fever.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Why can't technology just stand still for a while, Jen?

an extra scoop of cerebral tissue! I love this image, Vol-E and I concur completely.