toonsday - digital alzheimers




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32 comments:

  1. He looks remarkably chipper after what sounds like a pretty catastrophic crash. Yikes.

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  2. Haven't we all been there and done that! What a bummer Ray!!
    Geezeee!

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  3. Now this one, I got! So very true...and makes me think...do I really need all the stuff on my hard drive? well, only the photos!

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  4. What a relief to be liberated from all that stuff!...except the pictures....

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  5. I know this is very technical and very serious but all I can think is ...

    exterior hard drive sounds sexy

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  6. Ruh roh. Better get over to Wikipedia and document the new term;)

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  7. You simply can't miss what you don't remember. The one beauty of age.

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  8. Question is - why do we do it in the first place? Why do we assume these things are safe and secure and will work perfectly forever?

    Arghhhhhhhh!

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  9. It's a terrible disease, this digital alzheimers...I've had a bout with it myself. I was actually a nice person before it hit, now I'm just crazy!

    There is no known cure. It's like being 70 years old and having to start all over from scratch and learn everything one more time.

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  10. haha funny
    Sorry about the hard drive, though...

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  11. Finally there is a name for Mac' affliction...thank you for that!
    Sandi

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  12. I'm right there with you Ray...I dont have a clue what's on mine either!
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  13. I always figure if I forget what was on it, it must have been extremely important but then I forget to get upset if I'm lucky.

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  14. Gee, I didn't think you knew me that well!

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  15. Virtual, no digital, no techno,... oh hell....OLD AGE SUCKS.
    V

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  16. But aren't people with Alzheimer's happy in their ignorance! Think of it as a freeing thing. Really.

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  17. Odd. I just had to buy an external hard drive this weekend. I'd maxed out the internal one in my desktop machine which is where I do the bulk of my work. But I've been busily archiving stuff to DVD at the same time. So I only have digital half-heimers.

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