Posted by Joke at 9:18 AM
Jen posted at 3:29 PM, October 15, 2010
You've taught NOS well. The thing that first impressed me about LB was that he knew how to use the function keys on the Mac.
Badger posted at 5:08 PM, October 15, 2010
I use and enjoy Skype, but I think my brother might perhaps want my entrails on a stick for ever introducing our parents to it.
Mean Mama posted at 5:47 PM, October 15, 2010
Skype can be great, but as Badger notes, you have to be careful with whom you engage! (ain't that the truth) Unfortunately I generally leave my status as "invisible" because of the constant pestering by certain people.
It is fabulous for seeing grandkids first lost tooth or listening to them play you violin. It is *super* for staying in touch with family in other countries or at any distance. ANd it is great for sharing a laugh with someone any time either of you needs it! This would be a good time to put in a plug for MacBooks and their nifty built-in web cams!
blackbird posted at 7:34 PM, October 15, 2010
Is it just me, or does "performing a service" on your espresso machine sound dirty to everyone?
Paola posted at 3:27 AM, October 17, 2010
I like SKYPE and enjoy it a lot, as one with relatives in the US and friends in Australia and I often even use t with my parents down the road here if I need to show them soemthing real quick.
Nobody is bothering me ...
BabelBabe posted at 9:18 AM, October 17, 2010
I Skype to talk to Kim and Suse. It rocks. But that's the only thing I use it for.
Etching glass - ok, if you go to your local craft store, you should be able to track down -- it's cream of some sort, that you use with a stencil or pattern or whatever, to put a pattern (permanent) into glass. It's not etching, like engraving, but it would work well, looks nice, and is permanent. would that work?
and oh, can I come to your funeral? I'll wear my red dress...I want a goodie bag. what does one put in funeral goodie bags?
word verif is ecissum. sounds like something you'd do to your espresso machine...
shula posted at 6:50 AM, October 18, 2010
Well, of COURSE you want goodie bags at your funeral.