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September 26, 2007


You may have noticed that the blog has been what's known as "text-heavy" for a couple of days -- that is, no images. I apologize for this. Occasionally I'm unable to publish images, usually for one of the following reasons:

1. TypePad decides yet again that it hates my guts.
2. My computer goes on strike.
3. Both.

The problem appears to be mostly with my computer this time, for reasons that I'm totally unable to fathom. (Seriously, what kind of wimpy computer is unable to deal with 1,005 messages in the inbox? Come on!) I'll do my best to deal with it and get things straightened out as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience.

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Certainly if Homer were writing his "Odyssey" today, Sisyphus (possibly as embodied by Bill Gates) would almost get the email/document/spreadsheet/presentation done, only to be forced to reboot and start over...

Hang in there, Gina.


You might try using Windows. You know: Walk over and open the curtain, raise the blinds, open the window, take your computer ...

Gina Dalfonzo

FANTASTIC idea. :-) For a while there I was thinking of using an exorcist!

(Thanks, Lee!)

Gina Dalfonzo

Oh, and by the way, it turned out to be the one problem I forgot to list -- my Internet connection!



At home, I have two computers: one suffers the occasional crash, and the other doesn't. One is Windows...need I say more?

Based on current and previous issues, it sounds like you and Roberto need a conversion...to the Mac.

Viva The Cult of Apple! :)

Gina Dalfonzo

I'm using a Mac. :-)

I really think the problem this time was my Internet connection, though. All signs point that way, not for the first time.

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