This is my 400th post (currently). Actually, I have a habit of erasing old posts.
Thirteen Items on the Desk michael buble Call Me Irresponsible cd - I'm importing that into iTunes as I type. He's going to be here in Reno in a month or so. I plan to go. I'm pretty new to being a Michael Buble fan. I heard him on the radio for awhile before I figured out who he was.
blue highlighter - I regularly use highlighters when I'm researching.
Shelley Munro's The Shadow. I actually read it quite some time ago. It hasn't made it back to the bookshelves yet.
I just bought James Taylor's Greatest Hits on CD too, and now I can import that into iTunes.
The CD for Paint Shop Pro XI - It slows my computer down more than any other version and it doesn't have Animation Shop. It is not my favorite version of PSP every.
iPod - Loading it up now with songs for various newer CDs that I've bought. I've had about all I can take of Paris Hilton news. I have this FM transmitter…
* Jump Start on 2nd Grade wouldn't work on the old computer. It was time to get a new computer as the old one was so old it had Windows ME originally (though it had been upgraded at least once). It just didn't have enough front end to run that program.
Speaking of the new format, let me just say that my website and blog look mighty bare! They are centered with about a quarter of the screen on either side empty. Suppose this is the first computer I've used that is truly designed for multitasking.
I got one of those little 2 GB cruiser doohickies from Sansdisk to back up the other computer, and in the paper noticed that there was a 500 GB external hard drive on sale for a fairly low price.
How far will we have to go? I know that computers will need massive storage capability to do some of the things I say they can do in Starlit Destiny. But how much do we need for practical purposes?
Probably about 2 GB for non-Poser users.
1 TB? Not yet for me. That is approximately 240,000 songs. I like to listen to songs over and over again so I can enjoy them. I don't see myself having an extra 20 years to sing along to each song a handful of times before I die.
I suppose, for the low price of $704.99 I back up all my DVDs?