Sunday, May 06, 2007
I have been neglecting kayak-blogging a bit lately. There is enough inspiration though, but somehow it lacks time and motivation to write it down. I am just to tired in the evenings.
That has a bit to do with work, which costs a lot of energy lately, but perhaps even more with PC's and kayak's.
The PC-thing has cost me a lot of time last week. I have installed a new PC in the home network for my son. And IP-adresses and network-protocols are as much Abracadabra for me as the Jordan paper above (a souvenir from Jelle and Janine, who returned today from a week in Jordan). Nevertheless I fixed it and also did a huge clean-up of the other PC and laptop in the home-network. In my Windows-world however, resolving one problem mostly creates two different new problems. After every operation it costs days to get everything functioning back in normal order. Grrrrr... Perhaps it's time for a Mac? Apple advertises with:
"How much time have you spent troubleshooting your PC? Imagine a computer designed by people who hate to waste time as much as you do. Where all the hardware and software just works, and works well together. Get a Mac and get your life back." This sounds very tempting to me! Is it true or is it just advertisement speach? Is the Mac-world of Steve Jobs really better than Bill Gates' PC-world?
The kayak-related buzz is more productive and rewarding. Yet organising clinics, trips and an international seakayak week, in combination with having the care over the NKB- seakayak-committee sometimes begins to feel like work... Time to get out and paddle: one more week for Spiekeroog!
Geplaatst door Hans Heupink op 23:06