Sunday, December 30, 2007

Now THIS is Boom.

I had a bit of excitement this morning.

No, that isn't my laptop. I thought for a bit that it could be though. So it got me a little concerned.

The Apple Battery Exchange Program did however include my G4 iBook.


It also did include the model number of my battery, A1061.


One thing though, my serial numbers don't match. So what does this mean Apple? Is it that you only accept certain batteries that may explode, and mine is still one of them? So all I have to do is prepare myself for the day my intestines are blown through my back? Or is it that I really am safe and have nothing to worry about?

Ah well. My fate is in Steve's hands. Is that a good thing?

In lighter news, I'm really enjoying the ease of use in Apple Mail. It's really great stuff. All of my gmail items at the click of a button. I read them, and delete them, and they're still held in my actual gmail account, just in case I need to go back and get something else. I don't know for what reason, but you never know. Lost old passwords to sites that I haven't visited in years. That sort of deal.

Yeah, my mind is still on the explode-a-battery that may or may not be sitting on my knee like a bouncing little bratty kid. If that kid were of course a ticking time bomb waiting for the moment you go to search Kittens in Google Images and come up with something like this.

I bet you thought that it was going to be some sarcastic or oddly humorous photo of a ninja cat fighting a dog or something like that. Nah. I love cats. I swear to God I do.

Great creatures. Just ask any Egyptian you know. They love 'em. You'll hear all about it.


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SkippyThorson said...

You know what's doing it? The internet. The friggin' internet.

Back in the early days of this blog, I would just link to images rather than upload them and host them myself.

Thanks to a free terabyte in Flickr, I think I'll have to go through every golden post and upload those classic images.