But there’s no doubt I’m going to see this movie. 🙂
Synopsis: “Homer Simpson must save the world from a catastrophe he himself created.”
I have 250 or so photos on my iPhone.
I want to copy them onto my MacBook hard disk.
PS: I did read the manual. 🙂
PPS: Answer — launch iPhoto, it will see the iPhone as a camera and offer to retrieve the pictures.
Mike Dillion is Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Sun Microsystems. On his blog he says “We’re trying something different…”
He says: “On Monday, we will release our financial information first to the public via our website, RSS feeds and 8-K filing. Then, about 10 minutes later, we will release the information to the traditional private agencies and their paid subscribers.”
Here’s a page listing Sun’s RSS 2.0 feeds.
It’s really cool the way the users, esp in the tech industry, have adopted RSS and used it in innovative new ways.
On this day five years ago I wrote an open letter to people “who send emails to people quitting smoking that explain how hard it is to quit, and how in all likelihood, you’ll fail.”
I was 42 days into my life as a non-smoker. And I had become a support person in the cause of smoking cessation. I wanted everyone, esp smokers, to know that it’s easy to quit smoking. Because smoking, after the physical dependence is gone, is all in your mind. If you believe it’s easy to quit, it is.
In fact, as I discovered later, it’s easier to not smoke than it is to smoke. You don’t have to go to the store, buy cigarettes, find an ashtray (and keep it empty), find a lighter (and maybe buy a new one when you lose it), light the damn thing and breathe through it for a few minutes. And in 10 minutes or so you have to do it again. All those things you have to remember to do. Much easier to just blow it off.
PS: It’s now 1868 days since I quit. Not one cigarette in all that time. And it gets easier every day. 🙂