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Back to the way it was.

So not too long after I reinstalled OS X on my iBook, I decided to go ahead and put it back the way it was. I'm just not storage ready to keep an 18GB backup on my iPod while I fool around with my iBook drive. I'll need to buy a large capacity FW/USB2.0 drive sometime so I can have space for multiple backups & partitions. I thought I was going to be able to do that for my birthday (it was the 9th) but I got a gift card to K-Mart and they don't sell that kind of stuff. I'll most likely buy a GPS from them online. The current leaders are either a Garmin Rino 110 or an eTrex Venture. The Rinos have built-in FRS/GMRS and are WAAS enabled.


The text from my newest english project video:

The first steps weren't hard

Some forward

Some back

But sure enough

We're getting there

Step by step


If all the things we created

To bridge the gaps

Bring us together

Imagine if it actually did.


Isn't blogging useless?

Woo Hoo and a Happy New Year to all!

So I got my 20Gb iPod back from Apple yesterday. It wasn't *my* iPod but a replacement as the serial # is different. Oh well, that's the way Apple handles iPod hardware issues... A bad headphone port new-out-of-the-box is bad for a quality issue, but they shipped me this new one a week ahead of schedual. We weren't expecting it until the 7th. it made me so happy that I backuped up the iBook onto the iPod, reinstalled OS X wiping away OS 9. It's about time I did that, as the only thing I ever used 9 or Classic for is my old copy of PS 4.0.


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