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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

The Dead Computer

Well, it's finally happened. My good friend, Powerbook G4, has finally departed this mortal existence. Mostly. There are still very faint signs of life. At least I had time to back up my drive. See, a few days ago, my first Mac (born circa A.D. 2004) decided to slip into a coma. Although it's been in and out for a few days, its hard drive is gone, and the Mac Geniuses say there ain't much I can do.

But I've still been drawing! And hopefully, a new iMac and CS4 Master Collection appear in the not-too-distant future. Until then (and until I have Photoshop back), you're going to have to live with unedited scans from my in-laws' all-in-one printer.

By the way, in case you haven't seen Up and need an expert opinion on it, I thought it was pretty good. I loved the art, especially. Maybe I'll post a review soon. In case I don't, just go see it yourself and tell me what you think!

5 comments:

janae said...

We should have a funeral for the mac. Awesome timing for it to die, don't you think? :)

Cara and Barry said...

I really like that boy in the corner, by the way.

Joe said...

I loved "Up". It was amazing. Want to hear a joke? A squirrel comes up to a tree and he forgot to put acorns in the tree and he dies. The joke is good because the squirrel dies. I hate squirrels

Joe said...

and bummer about your computer

Natasha Wheatley said...

My G4 died two years ago. It was a sad, sad day. I feel your pain.