i really need to change my Classical Guitar's strings, it's just the three bronze bass strings. i like the dull sound they get when broken in (sounds more like a lute) but they are getting indented fret marks. well maybe tomorrow i'll change them out.
i was using my old Digital Starion computer (runs Windows 95). i still can't figure out what exactly is the problem since it goes dead after as feww minutes of uptime. i get a messeg saying my computer is low on resources, stupid Internet Explorer 4 eats up lots of memory. well at least i still have the Advanced computer (Win. 95 as well).
speaking of antiquated technology, i wonder what it was like getting on the internet in the 90's. it must have been phenomenal, to aquire vast amounts of information (although mostly in English) through a computer. let me quote this person's answer on how it was to be on the www back then:
"I did not access the www until 1998. Back then the internet was very non-commercial, artistic, and cliquish. Usenet was where you wanted to go to have a discussion online, the trolls there were actually hilariously intelligent and witty in their attacks.
Personal homepages were all the rage, and ICQ was the popular instant messenger. Many people went online to escape real life, to play. They weren't looking to shop, find a spouse, plan their futures, look for a job or research their personal problems.
The numbers of people in some online communities were small enough to where you were able to establish friendships that lasted years. In order to download an MP3 you had to trade on a upload/download ratio system. Yahoo was just a directory.
Today, I see millions of strangers, my friends have all but vanished, websites cater to the masses, it is all commercial now."
if only the internet were still that way.