Month: November 2009

Windows 7, first impression

It’s been nearly 10 months since I decided to dump windows and upgrade to a Mac. I haven’t regretted the decision once. One of the big things that drove me away from windows was how slow and cumbersome windows had become. Vista was a disaster for Microsoft. Businesses and individuals alike revolted and refused to buy anything but Windows XP.… Read more →

Remembering the ones we love

My grandmother passed away from cancer today at 10:15am.  They are not sure what kind because she refused a biopsy that would determine its type.  The cancer had aggressively spread throughout her body.  There were tumors in her liver, kidneys, and who knows where else.  She was terminal; and only lived about a month after the initial diagnosis.  The cancer… Read more →