My computer is dying.
It’s limping along for about twenty minutes or so before it crashes and has to cool down.
Which means I have just enough time to write in my blog before it’s out of commission again.
30 March. Sic transit gloria mundi.
And since we’re saving our shekels so I can have a holiday, blogging is going to be low priority. As is Facebook and minecraft. All my projects are officially on hold until further notice.
I can write about life, here, but since I’ll be doing so on my tablet from now on, it’s going to be slightly arduous. Yes, I have the Tumblr app. I have not played with it yet, so I don’t know if it’s going to make me do the paragraph tags so I don’t have a pure wall of text for a blog entry.
What I do know is that it won’t let me re-order my queue. That’s a desktop-only privilege that is grudgingly loaned to laptops as well since they’re technically “real” computers and not glorified tech toys.
Seriously, Apple… You spent a lot of money on developing the iPad - why not give it more functionality and let people decide what’s convenient for them?
But I digress.
Any text entry could be the last before my mac finally turns its metaphorical toes up. After that, eleven days of ponies before normal rambling resumes.
It doesn’t mean I have nothing to say. It just means that saying it has now become massively inconvenient.