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March 16, 2009


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Miracle, indeed! You are a model of self-control. Those combs would have been perfect for eviscerating balky computers...

Linda Cunningham

You've wasted enough time and effort on the PCs -- why sacrifice perfectly good combs as well?

So, the next book will be done in days and not months, right?

Deb Robson

Agreed about the combs.

Let's call that "done in months and not years." A lot of work has already
been done on the next title.

Deb Robson

I'm rather proud of my self-control, actually. I also know that the combs
would not have reached the software, which appears to have been what was
causing the problems. The hardware keeps testing out blameless.

Karen Frisa

I'm so excited that you got another Mac!! I hope that, between the two that you have, you'll be able to transition off of the PCs completely.


Ahhh yes the new iMac. Complete heaven. Congratulations. If you want to move some PC items to it and live anywhere near an Apple Store. They can do that for you.

Deb Robson

The Apple store is an hour away, so I'm punting. . . .

Deb Robson

Thanks for your excitement! ME, TOO! It was a big gulp. But I think it's a
huge step in the right direction.

I'm not sure I'll be off PCs completely, because I don't want to run any PC
software on the Mac (even though I know I can). There will be a PC in the
corner of the office to run the things for which there isn't an equivalent.

I celebrated this afternoon by washing a bit of wool.

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