My son finally left me a voicemail where he didn’t introduce himself. I think we’re getting closer.
I wasn’t planning on giving Christmas gifts this year until I heard about those exploding Samsung Galaxy phones.
Me: Who’s a good girl?
Koki (my dog): I thought we settled this.
To the teenager that flipped me off for honking at you. Your phone is on top of your car.
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It appears that the full backup has finally completed. Now, I feel backed up three ways, Time Machine, Google Drive (for documents and photos), and everything including the Time Machine on iDrive. It will be worth the $15/first year fee.
Whew! Only took a little over 3 weeks to get it all backed up. Hope I never have to use it.
Not sure what is going on with my web host. Another company purchased it a while back and over the last few days the reliability has not been good.
I have had to issue several tickets for it not responding, responding extremely slow.
I try to keep my Status site up to-date, if there is a known outage.
I have a site that monitors my site and notify me if it is down and sometimes I get an email from a reader prior to being notified by my monitor site.
For the moment, CC is back up.
Please make sure my tombstone reads: wish you were here.
*I gently close front door
KOKI (my dog): Where have you been?? I was worried sick about you! See that vomit on the floor? That’s because of you!
I have been watching the Google Android landscape change for some time now. It is no secret that the movement in technology is being driven more by mobile technology now than by the desktop/laptop/tablet components. Google knows this and intends to be a major player.
Being connected to the Internet at home and away is becoming the norm. Lilliam and I were at Terraza’s Cafe & Deli yesterday evening, having a cappuccino, and there was a group of about 8 young people celebrating their last days of vacation.
As I scanned the group, everyone had a cell in their hand and were communicating in chat with others that were not there.
We are at the time of the year when the major releases hit the stores for the Christmas season.
Apple has just revealed its new Apple 7 and it is a high quality device. Not much question that it is the device that will be the benchmark to measure against.
Samsung also “exploded” on the scene with its flagship, the Note 7. It literally exploded by distributing with a manufacturing problem causing its battery to explode and catch fire. Continue reading Changes in the Android Landscape