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One Day they will Rule the World

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I am of course talking about computers, specifically, PC’s. I’ve been in PC hell for the last few weeks. I hate to complain, complaining seems like a waste of energy, but everything that could go wrong, well you get the picture. I am still not up completely but I refuse to give up.

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Written by Bob Martin

March 19, 2007 at 11:46 pm

Posted in Art

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  1. Hang in there! I feel your pain. My artwork and livelihood is inextricably tied to the web and therefore, my computer. When it’s down, I’m down. My saviour is my house mate’s computer and online file storage.

    Sometimes IT problems force you to focus on other things though, like painting! =)

    Ashley Cecil

    March 20, 2007 at 2:12 pm

  2. yes, it’s amazing what we have to learn and deal with-even though as painters our most important work has nothing to do with computers, somehow we find ourselves tied to them. And they can be wonderful when all goes well…but they’re always electronic, a bit cold and remote, and completely aggravating when things go wrong. Meanwhile, our real work is about subtlety and nuance and all kinds of tactile, sensory stuff. It is a challenge to work in both worlds. Good luck–I empathize!

    Rebecca

    March 21, 2007 at 2:04 am

  3. I hear ya Bob. I too find computer stuff a real challenge. for example I dont know how to turn off those ‘snap’ picture boxes that pop up on my blog! I hate them. I’m a complete giver- upper when things go badly on the computer.
    I had been blogging for about 6 months on Blogger and then one day i clicked one thing that promised me an upgrade, and it was like I had been shot off the diving board into the deep end of blog cyberspace….I never did figure it out after many aggravating weeks of trying so i gave up deleted it and started a new blog with WordPress. I’m glad I’m back again. I like reading other artists blogs.

    Sally

    March 23, 2007 at 12:54 am


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