This Little Miggy Stayed Home: "Sharing" a Computer

Thursday, February 14, 2008

"Sharing" a Computer

Yeah so this isn't working out so well. We don't like to share. We like to be on our computers at the same time...sitting across from each other at the dinner table doing our own thing. The modern day equivalent of reading the Sunday newspaper. Only, we can't divide the computer into sections...Here, I'll take the blog section of the internet while you get the news, then we'll switch OK? So until we figure out a better solution (ie, get another computer) we're stuck. Another reason I dislike using someone else's computer is I don't know where all my stuff is. Where are my links? What about all those random online stores I'll never be able to find again? What about my favorites tab? MSN isn't your home page? So the blogging will be sparse.


  1. Hang in there, Miggy. It's hard, but it's always a good thing to go through a tech-detox. We get so addicted sometimes.

  2. Anonymous10:43 AM

    As far as a new computer goes, I say go for a Mac if you don't like to save money and you enjoy spending an extra $400 (at least) just for the little logo of an Apple on your computer, on top of the $1300 you'll already be spending.

    Whereas, a brand new hard drive will run you between $80 - $120 tops, and I will do all the installation for you.

    Anyway, I could still recover files off the old HD for you if you want.

  3. Britty--agreed, but it's tough.

    Scott--Yikes! Aye, Aye Capt'n! Just kidding...I know what you're saying, but we're still thinking it through. Thanks for the offer, we'll be calling you soon I'm sure.

  4. Anonymous6:38 PM

    Haha, no problem. I talked to B on Sunday - just wanted to make sure you weren't running into anything rash.

    He assured me that he would want a used apple logo.

    Haha, good luck with it all.

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