The horse says it, the pig says it
The judge in his wig says it
Man, I don’t know what is going on but so many electical things have been breaking.. and I mean breaking in a big, bad hard way. Here’s a few things:
- A/V Receiver
- Roku Soundbridge
- My Powerbook, sniff sniff sniff
- Harmony Remote (taken apart, cleaned, and repaired!)
- Sun Shade on our deck
- check engine light in the car
- BSOD’s on our PC (think that might be fixed, I got good at debugging core dumps in WinXP)
- My Trixbox server had three kernel panics
And this is all within a couple of weeks.
The fox and the rabbit
And the nun in her habit says
I am pretty bummed that my Roku M500 is dead. I took it apart and see that if I can get a new part I probably good fix it. The question is, will I be able to buy just the part or do I have to shell out for a new complete one? I love this thing as it has profoundly changed me and my families life.
I am even more bummed about my Powerbook. It is unlikely I will get a new one from work and more likely I’ll get a Windows laptop. It isn’t that I have anything really against a Windows laptop, but I do love my Mac a lot. Maybe it can be repaired…
My mate Bill Gates says it
The President of the United States says it
The slacker and the worker
The girl in her burqa says
I’ve been learning Ruby on Rails lately. So far, I love it. My first project will be to do a UI for the Linux webcam software Motion. How did I get so far without knowing more about Ruby!?!?! This will be something you, the casual reader won’t ever see as it is intended for family and friends.
The general with his tank says it
The man at the bank says it
The soldier with his rocket
And the mouse in my pocket says
I am still loving my T-Mobile Wing. I have installed many apps, but the one I spend the most time with is Chess Genius. I might actually register it. No one ever IM’s me on it. sniff
The drug-addled wreck
With a needle in his neck says it
The drunk says it, punk says it
The brave Buddhist monk says
My brother-in-law has gotten a Nintendo Wii. What a neat thing! I want one! One an unrelated note, I’ve been learning quite a bit about Ethernet cameras; wired and wireless. I foresee some in my future.