Our tabby cat, Monica, was trying to get into the bedroom through a door that was slightly open. (Thick carpet, so it’s difficult to move the door.)
She kept pushing her head through the door opening. Arms flailing. Pondering.
Finally, she shoved her way through like a battering ram.
It was like watching a butterfly break out of its cocoon.
The second time was less eventful. I would reference a clip from The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. In scenes where the, um, young protagonists (heroes) would morph into Power Rangers, the shot has them jumping from an invisible platform and onto the ground.
After news broke of the eBay security breach, I updated my account passwords for eBay and PayPal1.
With my trusty password manager, KeePassX, I cloned my current PayPal entry in preparation to generate a new password. To my horror, I saw the following password requirement pop–up:
I’d like to use much more than 20 characters, and not be able to easily type my password. Kthxbai. :)
Our usual desired indoor temperature is too cold for me, and the pain in my left foot has intensified once again. Or, the Ibuprofen wore off.
For a little over two years, I’ve been using an Apple Airport Express because my Asus RT-N16 needed to be replaced. After I got the replacement, I never opened the box — until today.
Charter Communications sent a contractor this morning to our new place in Temple City to setup our internet connection (which went smoothly, by the way). After they left, I removed the shrink wrap and installed DD-WRT on my Asus router without a hitch.
For now, I look forward to proper bandwidth monitoring at home, especially since we have a 250 GB/month threshold for Charter’s Internet Plus plan.
I can be tough on myself, so I appreciate an emotional boost like this:
Thank you, Alx. I’m glad I work with you. :)
I can comfortably write in Simplenote, WordPress, or Day One apps on our TV. If I don’t want my laptop on my lap, or my iPhone in my hands, this is another option.
I starting writing instructions, but realized Apple has solid support documents. :)