Monday, August 01, 2005

I have nothing to blog about. Hmmm...

Should I blog about the rain? Or the song of a blade of grass?

*belch*

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Tonight I fiddled with my computer, repairing the operating system, disposing of a gigabyte worth of 'temporary internet files' and defragmenting the rest of the contents. The computer now runs a little bit smoother and faster, and all I need to do now is to find out how to get rid of those pesky pop-up adware that the security software can't seem to obliterate. Oh, and I have to pump up the RAM, too, since the whole family's taken to working on this baby. So much for having my own personal workhorse.

Soon, I have to invest in one of those nifty personal digital assistants, the kind that enables me to make and receive calls, do some word processing and spreadsheets, play music, and manage my schedules. Oh, and take pictures with. Jam had shown me her PDA, a complex little bugger, which let me question again my ability to keep an expensive nugget of technology intact without me accidentally letting it fall to the floor or into the depths of some taxi. That gadget, by whatever fancy brand it has, would most probably get misplaced somewhere if I don't have a part of my brain attached to it. I'd never gotten used to those strap-on purses.

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By the by, those who might be interested... 24-Hour Comic Book Day is October 7th, announced by Nat Gertler, founder of the event. This is the day when hundreds of cartoonists from all over spend 24 grueling hours to create a 24-page comic book. For more information, visit the official website.

6 comments:

Jonas Diego said...

Thanks for the link to the 24 hour challenge. :)

Carver said...

Walang anuman po. :-)

Nat Gertler said...

Just to be clear: 24 Hour Comics Day in October 7th, 2006. This year's event has already gone by.

Carver said...

Thanks for clarifying that. :)

Angelo said...

CARLO WROTE:
"That gadget, by whatever fancy brand it has, would most probably get misplaced somewhere if I don't have a part of my brain attached to it. I'd never gotten used to those strap-on purses."

What about other strap-on gadget? *wink wink* Hahaha!

Carver said...

Angelo... bastos.

Heheheheheh. Miss you!!

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