Or maybe it was just you made your coffee too strong. Both cause the jitters and upset stomachs. Hard to tell.
Maybe it's time to back off on the coffee. Just a thought.
Regardless, I'm very excited.
My younger brother is a computer hardware-guru, and actually built the computer I've been using for the last 2-3 years. Still runs great. He's the one I call when I have a question.
Why didn't you answer your phone?
Oh, you have a life outside tech support calls from your sister?
Regardless, he's pretty much the best, and he's passed some of that love onto me. Very fun to mess around in the computer's innards...
What does this thing do?
Oh, do I need that?
Today, a nice, fat package from Newegg will be arriving at the door. I think Newegg is one of the best computer/photo/video/all things electronic and otherwise retailers ever. More RAM, a couple terabytes, and Win 7 are going in this thing.
Here's my plug for desktop PC's over desktop Mac's: This big upgrade is a bit like getting a new computer, which would be an investment of thousands in the Apple products. However, I can take this rig, open up the case, pop in my RAM, harddrive, and put a new OS on for just over $400.
And in two years,
And that seems worth it to me.
So, how does this affect you?
A gentle reminder to lay off the caffeine.
And, you get everything faster because Baseman Studios gets to do everything behind the scenes at Jimmy John's speed.
Faster is a good thing, right?
(And just because I can't let you go without a picture, here's how I procrastinate in Photoshop.)