While growing up I lived miles away from any other kids. This wasn’t any great issue until I was an adult when the games I learnt as a technical exercise like chess and backgammon were seen as something else entirely. Basically I knew what to play but not how to battle since I had no one to reflect and challenge. So yay to the smart phone and it endless app’s, I’m now at long last playing and training at levels unheard of before.
I’ve bought myself an olive tree. It seems there are profound gains from making a weekly tea with the leaves. Since I’ve always fancied trying to grow an olive it will be no great whoop or catastrophe if the hype is bull.
It took me a while to get the gain from the new computer viz. a film. I have a VGA monitor and also a TV with a plethora of connection fittings. It dawned on me that I could run both computer and DVD if I got the correct wires. Leastwise I believed I could. Well, it turned out so darn easy to rig two displays that I feel an idiot for not knowing it was possible. All I do is start the DVD, switch to the HDMI connector on th TV, left click and hold the DVD window and sweep it across to the TV. Then run as normal. The quality of image is so vast that it’s truly unbelievable. I’ve been editing photos on teh TV too.
I’m on my third phone since December. That’s one a month. I’ve now, so far at least, got one that actually works with something like how I want it to work. Oh, it’s the same model of phone. The shop didn’t like it one little bit. But fair’s fair, I paid for the phone and I want it to work as I wish. I don’t want the active phone memory cluttered up with advertising dross, nor do I want the radio and camera tied to up-dating that dross either. Jessy and a younger version. They are darn near mirror images of each other.