Here I was, all set to write a post on my recent visit to Williamsburg, Virginia replete with pictures when BAM! my 6-year-old Dell laptop with Windows Vista decided it didn’t know me any more. A notice came up saying that my Profile Service service had failed. That meant I couldn’t get to my pictures which had been transferred to my PhotoShop 6 from my camera card. I have since learned I can get a camera card adapter for my iPad, which fortunately still works fine, and I’ll take care of that tomorrow. So maybe I’ll be able to to do the post on Williamsburg tomorrow.
Then, again, if the Columbus Academy of Lifelong Learning class we call What’s Happening, a current affairs discussion class, produces some espeically interesting information on the subject “Why Has the Georgia Legislature Abandonned Public Education?” I’ll probably do a post on that and wait till later on Williamsburg. Georgia State Sen. Josh McKoon, a Republican, and Rep. Carolyn Hugley, a Democrat, will participate in the discussion at the CSU Turner Continuing Ed Center. There is a good chance that someone will try to refute the premise of the subject and tell us that the Georgia Legislature has not abandoned public edcuation. It should be interesting.
Meanwhile, my ailing Dell with Windows Vista is in the shop, and hopefully will soon be back on line. I probably should get a new computer. 6 years is probably considered ancient for a computer by the in-the-know computer aces. I’m thinking about a MacAir. I understand there is a learning curve when switching to a Mac, but learning new things is supposed to be good for seniors like me.