Oh f I'm over-protective and I can't take it with me, (no, dint mean that..)I like sharing my artsies , just the rotten thieves I don't want them to have my best friends portraits to exploit n abuse. I give away stuff to my friends all the time, when I see they really like it. Think I'm being hacked just now! My mail address came up in this message I've talked to tofu, it's happened before. So off to her, again, she said if it happened again ... Purr! Pc
Interesting yet freaky. She's got an orange cat on the page, who i would assume is Rupert? I went with an orange cat for Rufus and Rupert since they're supposed to be bros and Rufus is a dr. who fan. The Fez Cat is orange. Hmmm. Is this woman secretly influencing me? I see she is also desperately single. Dude, mind is blown!
This is wonderful and very sad at the same time. There is XP support for big corporations who have made deals with MS, but the rest of us wouldn't be able to afford that I'm sure. Thanks for the link. Have a good weekend.
http://cheezburger.com/8143189248 My reaction to the CBC. I have to say, I wasn't surprised there. I love my friends dearly, but some of them listen to CBC and within half an hour I want to tear my ears off. But I was surprised over Flaherty. I was like, "Didn't he just retire? WTF?" Maybe the poor guy needed to retire sooner.
I had gone to bed before Warrior's death was made public. Thank you for the links. I hadn't seen the RAW clip of his induction,and when I watched, it gave me chills. He obviously had serious breathing problems and was giving his own eulogy. He was a force to the end, and I'm so glad he made it to his HOF induction.
It's good to know that you are recovering. Getting over that kind of situation requires a lot of time. Having a less stressful job is a big help, I'm sure. Just relax, keep reading and LOLing, and let time keep working its wonders. You have the right attitude to come through this in great shape.
My work place upgraded to 7 Pro over the summer, so we've had a lot of time to work with it--not much of a learning curve there at all. Like what you did for the folks in the office, I have made 8.1 very much like XP--Classic Shell, got rid of the sign in mess (don't need that at home), Windows LIve Mail, etc. I put a lot of time into making the desktop my place, so it was really a kick when that bad update bricked the OS and my image that I unfortunately had updated at the wrong time. The fastest DSL I can get here in the sticks is too slow for storing in the cloud, so my old computer was my backup for photos, files, etc., but that didn't help me with all the changes I had to make yet again. Now I will have a second external drive with updated files and such on it and keep an image with incremental backups on the first external drive and keep my fingers crossed that something will survive another catastrophe. My update to 8.1 hasn't downloaded yet, and I am a bit concerned about what it will do, but it is encouraging that you've had no problem with it on your home computer. I can understand why you would be burned out with computer work. I see what IT at work goes through with both the humans and the machines.
I love your RIP LOL for XP! Microsoft has made a big mistake. I have fired up my XP computer to let it download that last XP update and keep the anti-virus signatures updated. That machine saved my fanny when a corrupted update borked my 8.1, and I may need it again at some point.