Thursday, October 17, 2013

Suffice It To Say

Daily Draw: Pearls of Wisdom Tarot ~ 9 of Swords

I filled the page with words, pounding the keyboard like it was an old black Royal.
Then I breathed deep and let it go.
Internet rants make my eyes glaze over and hit the back button so why add to the pile?

Suffice it to say technology gives me a nine of swords headache in the posterior.

"We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works." ~ Douglas Adams 1952-2001 The Salmon of Doubt


  1. Sometimes it helps to write and get it out even if you don't publish it for all to read. (((Sharyn)))

  2. ahh, just windows 8. A 8.1 update has been released, but windows updates won't download on a metered connection. How hard would it be to make a popup that asks rather than assumes? So I have to haul my laptop downtown to a wifi spot. And other boogeredly thoughts about icons on iPhone. Which I'll never use and can't be removed. :) Let it go, breathe, let it go.

  3. :)

    I love this deck. Your posts make me want to get it out again. Now, I don't know what is happening with my settings that prevent comments. Any idea?

  4. Where are the good old times with windows XP, 2000, 98, 95, 3.1, 3.0, my typewriter, my notebook and pen aaaahhhh!!!

  5. Carla, your comment posted so we are good to go :)
    I put the Pearls away this morning, I just can't take the sheer tomuchness of this deck right now.
    Heaven knows what I'll use tomorrow, all my decks have already moved north and I'm south. Sugar packets? many things have moved on with the technology. Have you watched the PBS Cadfael mysterys? There are set in the 1400's I think. Imagine getting up and everything is like yesterday. We could be so smart, learning, rather than relearning relearning yadayadayada

    1. I would be smart but terrified. the responsibility you have when you know everything already and probable nobody will believe you and they all treat you like a lunatic. I 'd rather struggle with my Windows today :D


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