And in blah blogger thoughts on this day. Whatever happened to those good old fashioned check out registers, ringing, pull the hand lever with those numbers that roll around in those windows on the top of them like those lottery number windows, cast iron steel cash registers of the past. It seems like the shopping, buying and selling transactions that I encounter in those merchant stores these days and times all involve those computerized and digitalized cash registers that seem to break down on a daily basis, to where I keep hearing sales clerks say things like “The computers not working”, or “The server is down”, or “You can’t purchase this item because the computer is not working”, or “Please wait til I reboot the cash register so that you can purchase that item”, or “The credit card machine is not working”, or some other phrase to where it seems like I can’t even shop anymore. And it could be the age of the rfid tag barcode, save no man that he may buy or sell except that he have the mark of the beast globalism conspiracy thing, maybe. What’s that all about in these high tech technology all things electronic buy and sell days?
Hey bloggers, and somehow I found myself at one of those social gatherings the other day attempting to be sociable and the topic of one of the socialites in the society came to memory. And that person said something like “They say you actually never forget anything, the brain is infinite”. And I found this thought interesting enough to run over to that pile of notebooks and pencils that was laying on the table waiting for someone to run over to it and jot down something on it. And in my blogaholic thoughts, I wrote down what this person said, as somehow it was actually the topic of computers that led us to this conversation. And like the power of “can not read this world that I scribbled on this paper??”, things don’t get erased in ones mind like ram, that random access memory on computers unless I imagine, if one receives electroshock, as psychiatry kills. And that could be a whole another blog posting. And can the brain crash, the computer hard drive of the brain? And then what about that phrase “They say it takes a while to find a special person, an hour to appreciate them, a day to love them, a lifetime to forget them. What’s that all about. Have a great blogging day.
Hey bloggers, and its the age of everything technology and computers again. And who could have predicted that one day seemingly every other person would have one of those personal computers. And with those personal computers comes technical stuff like kml. And in case you could be wondering what kml is, you can find out all about it and other file extensions at file extension library. They are an online encyclopedia for just about every type of file extension for those computer files you can think of as they are all descriptions and definitions of file extensions all the time.
Hey Bloggers, and I must admit, I do not really know too much about error and port libraries, or what an error 706. And if you happen to have one of those personal computers or any computer that are to be found just about everywhere on planet earth in these days and times, you may every so often find yourself coming across error messages of some sort when it comes to the computer world. And if you happen to be looking for information about error messages and port numbers, or if you happen to be wondering what these words may even mean, you can find out all about them at PC-Library.com. Welcome to PC-Library.com. They are your resource for anything you need to know about what system error messages mean, what ports are used for and the applications that are most commonly associated with specific port numbers and more. You can find out how to solve those errors and what could be causing that Windows error. You can browse port details by number and also browse errors by error code range. And you can also find out what ports are used for at their website. And in case you could still be wondering what error 706 could men, you could easily find out at the PC-Library website by browsing errors by error code range and PC-Library will tell you all about that error message, the cause of the error and how you can fix it. With PC-Library, identifying error messages when it comes to the computer is just a website visit away.
And if you have ever heard of a computer, or even used one of those computers in these days and times, you may have heard of Windows Vista. And it seems as if that ever since those modern day home and office use personal computers have been invented, that every other computer uses one of those Microsoft Windows programs to operate. And are there any computers that do not use this Windows program? And as far as I can remember during my computer using days, there has always been different versions of Windows and their newsest operating system for those computers. And I can remember there has been Windows Millennium, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and now in the year 2008, Windows Vista, Microsoft’s newest operating system. And those Windows operating systems are usually all the rage when they come out, as those televisions, newspapers and other media outlets seem to show people going to the store to buy Microsoft’s latest version of their software and Windows operating system. And this Windows Vista seems to have all the latest features and looks of those Windows operating systems that I am used to using on those computers and more. And I find that Windows Vista operating system easy to use, with its colors and simple point and click instructions that does not require me to be a rocket scientist to figure out. And what would the world of invention of computers and the internet be like today without the world of Microsoft.
There is a copy of Windows For Dummies on the floor here and I have found myself reading it back and forth and over and over again the past few days in my vain attempt to fix this computer as it could be in need of one of those computer repair fixes. I have been reading that book so much that my eyes are bleary. Can Norton antivirus fix this computer, as I blogged about their computer software a couple of days ago and I do remember their website says they can save your computer from viruses and all the other evildoers out there in Internetland. I sometimes get stranded on the Internet superhighway. And who can save a computer when it just crashes or does not want to work at all even without being on the Internet. Is there a magic cure all fix short of just throwing the computer away and buying another one. Maybe I should consult that computer fix it all Internet website down there in one on the links I placed on this page a few weeks ago. Where is a tech guru when you are looking for one.
It’s late at night or early in the morning and computers are driving me up the wall again. I’ve been consumed with a tech frenzy again the past few days, and I am dazed, so much this time that I almost forgot that I do blogging, and why do I blog again? I forgot, oh yeah, it is because I have nothing else to do at the moment. Again I could use IAA (Internet Addicted Anonymous) cause why else would I be in a computer frenzy if it were not for the multiple websites that I visit daily. And I could still use that get sleep soon routine I have been looking for. This time it is trying to find a computer for cheap because as I mentioned earlier, the computer that I use now is so slow that you can click on a website, go to the kitchen, make dinner and come back to the computer and the page will still be loading. And I did find a computer for cheap on Craigs List, so cheap that it is useless for my purpose in computing and I plan to put it back up for sale on Craigs List. And what’s a Wi Fi wireless connection? How far back in the stone ages am I? Is that where everyone sits in a cafe coffee shop with laptops one uses to surf the Internet away from home? I long to keep up with the Jones’s. Sometimes the super highway passes me by.