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  • June 14,2002 - a DaY iN tHe LiFE oF a SiDeViEW
    begging works wonders grin A very good friend and associate sold me on a great laptop good to have friends in computer sales too now I know some of you might have not heard of this one before but I highly recommend it my laptop is called ibuddie cute name huh it is a kewl silver colour with some blue where the function keys are This was a great purchase although it did not come with a floppy I ended up getting this great flash drive this thing is soooo kewl compact 32meg of space compare that to a 1 44 floppy uses the USB port and makes transferring data a breeze looks like they almost have come up for a replacement for the floppy my ibuddie is a 1ghz with 256meg of ram 10gig hd network modem 4 USB ports and cd What also impressed me was the screen size it is comparable to using a 15 monitor Another draw back is that the battery hooks up externally this could make it a little awkward while traveling but what are laps for anyway Without the battery floppy in it it makes the entire system very lightweight The price was so affordable I even had enough money to upgrade my desktop kind of why I chose this particular one I knew if my laptop was all shiny and new that I would want my desktop in better performance too so I went and upgraded from a 500 mhz to a 1 ghz and added an additional 128 meg of ram for a total of 256 and added the network so my computers could talk just in case they got lonely lol I am drooling just typing it LOL and to top everything off I took the plunge and upgraded to windows XP professional I know this is not as top of the line as what is out there but to me it was getting my dream one I could afford come true Now we get into the next part of the story windows XP it is great Even with it s fisher price look LOL although you can get it looking like ole 98 with a few clicks It is the ideal O S for people involved in multimedia web design I liked how I can configure the folders to actually view the files as the pictures it comes with an automatic previewer so you do not need additional software like pica view and you can drag drop to your CD burner without additional software too best works if you are just backing up files not creating music cds I must also mention once you tweek and reconfigure XP so you can actually find things and not have XP make your decisions for you you probably will like it better I won t bore you with all the details let me just say you will either luv XP or hate it A drawback is that things like older scanners printers

    Original URL path: http://www.cybermoose.ca/sideview/journal/j_jun14-02.htm (2014-10-22)
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  • October 15,2002 - a DaY iN tHe LiFE oF a SiDeViEW
    would actually like to hear from me aaaawwwww thanks for caring One thing I think I will check in a little more often in fact I am putting a sticky note on my monitor as I type right now to remind me I can be a bit of a scatter brain at times too much info that I try to cram into my brain I am sure you all have that same problem Would also like to thank my new guestbook entries from back in September I went to ChangingLINKS com but when I tried to enter there was nothing there a cyberspace mystery so I will try again at a later time Hopefully I will be able to connect And thanks for the kind comments from my other visitors glad to see I can make people Speaking of connecting where I live the Internet connection is pathetic Ole ma bell just doesn t give a damn about us country folk in town you can actually get a connection in the 54k range what I wouldn t do to be able to connect at that ummm well I do have my limits grin My connection at it s top speed is 28 8 bps and you all know that I am running a 56k modem geesh as a designer of webs I understand the importance of fast loading pages but when I go surfing I don t think that the corporate web world dose I know for a fact that there is a smaller population who is actually using cable or high speed Internet for one who the hell can afford it I have satellite no cable out in the boonies so I looked into getting satellite highspeed I am more of an uploader than a downloader so for me

    Original URL path: http://www.cybermoose.ca/sideview/journal/j_oct15-02.htm (2014-10-22)
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  • Nov 4, 2001 - a DaY iN tHe LiFE oF a SiDeViEW
    think I am truly warm unless it is in the 90 s lol I am convinced the stork dropped me off in the wrong contanent lol I am still trying to figure out why the links won t work on the first page of this journal the stranges thing I have checked the links and they are all pointed in the right spot I even accessed the pages through Freeservers in their build your site area and the page is showing that the links are correct but when you load the page in the browser the links are wrong So if anyone out there can figure that one out PLEASE tell me I am at a loss right now A little later that night All right I am convinced Freeservers has something to do with it My links are exactly what they are supposed to be but for some reason they change once uploaded then after a couple of re uploading they eventually work the links now work on the first page of this journal but to access the other pages like this page for instance forget it aaaaaHHHHHHH Much later Well I have no clue to as to why

    Original URL path: http://www.cybermoose.ca/sideview/journal/j_nov4-01.htm (2014-10-22)
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