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Dead technology

September 30, 2007

Well after decluttering my office, and the laptop, I’m afraid to say that neither appears like the photos anymore.

Three days after the decluttering when I thought the laptop was humming along nicely, it proved me wrong by dying completely. All I would get at startup was a grey screen. So the laptop is back at the shop (hopefully whatever’s wrong will be covered by the extended warranty) and I’ve hooked the old monster computer up to the internet, and seriously thinking of buying an LCD screen for it, because the monster takes up the whole desk.


Dorkus the cat is not impressed. He can’t take up his usual position on the desk (as above) and has retreated to the desk behind me.

In moving the monster computer back out here, I’ve got printers on the floor and stuff all around. Hopefully, it will look better again by this afternoon.

I’m sure that Mercury is not retrograde at the moment, but I’ve been hearing of a lot of computers going kaput. A technical mutiny perhaps?

I can’t believe its the last day of September already. I’m hurtling towards my 40th birthday and another Nanowrimo is just around the corner. Seriously, where has this year gone? It’ll be 2008 before we know it.

I plan to do Nanowrimo again – I like the impetus and the momentum that being part of the Nanowrimo community gives me and my writing. I have a very vague idea about a young woman and an obsession with classified ads. That’s all I have so far. In the meantime, I received my feedback from the Chick Lit competition and have been absorbing all that Jenny Crusie had to say at the RWA Conference, so I’m rewriting and reshuffling and polishing Diary of the Future for submission. Also using that story to participate in Candy Haven’s Revision Hell workshop. So October will be over in a flash for me as well, because I’ll be busy with work and rewriting.

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