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03/26/2003 Entry: ""Restore Point""

By golly gosh, it appears ( knock wood ) that the ongoing legendary tumultuous life or death struggle of computer issues has been resolved. I've been working on restoring this improved version of my computer for nearly four hours ( has it really been that long? ) and have not had a single error or annoyance. My abusive and strangely incompetant computer service geek had a 'helper' with him today that apparently told him what to do to really get this baby fixed the way it should. My thanks goes out to people who are actually trained in computer repair!

It feels so good to post again freely.

I'm feeling really mellow... Haiti is now two weeks away, while a year ago today Joshua and I were wrapping up our mythic tour of the southwest. For some reason I do a lot of travel in March/April. In '99 I was in Eastern Europe about this time, probably Hungary. Next year, if all goes and the ship of destiny sails into port, I'll be starting my fanciful and extremely hypothetical transcontinental train trip from Iceland to India, with obvious transport exceptions when it comes to watery crossings.

Anyway, I'm getting tired, and staring at this screen is warping my albeit unorthodox perceptions of reality. Goodness, it's amazing how I've taken this whole technology thing for granted, though.

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Wow, that's so cool. I really appreciate your comment, and I'm adding you right now to the sidebar. Cheers, monde!

Posted by jaybird @ 04/01/2003 07:36 PM EST

I'm finally getting around to catching up with adding deserving sites to Oddbloggers - and I really love this one. Just thought I'd let you know. It's got a remarkable design, and the rainbow links are nifty as fuck. I'm blogrolling you on Anodyne, too. How is Greymatter? Is it good? Thanks for inspiring me to do some work on my own pages. Which I haven't done in waaay too long.

Posted by monde @ 03/27/2003 01:11 PM EST

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