An Explanation Of The Recent Drop In Posts

I wished to provide my readers with an explanation of the recent drop in posts coming from me. Last week my computer decided (without any consultation with its owner) that keys like a, s, w, e, and t, as well as the enter key, were no longer necessary to function and spontaneously decided to stop working. In order to continue my normal required work, I was forced to use a backup USB keyboard that was squishy and had a hard time understanding the keys I wanted typed unless I mashed down on the keyboard. This was irritating and greatly slowed down my typing by about 67-75%. This meant that instead of a couple of reasonably long posts a day, I could now only, at most, write a short post a day while mashing my fingers.

Then, this evening, my laptop decided that being plugged in was overrated and the ac adapter no longer connected with the computer itself. At this point, I had to switch to the desktop computer set up for me to burn cds for Legacy’s Burmese Language project (about which I will have more to say in a future entry). At any rate, I hope that my blogging will be restored back to some semblance of normalacy. I figured I owed the good readers of this blog an explanation about my recent technological woes, and I hope my fingers will soon return to normal after their rather unhappy past week or so. Anyways, carry on, as I have plenty of wit and sarcasm to catch up on.

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I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.
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3 Responses to An Explanation Of The Recent Drop In Posts

  1. Brian says:

    Ahh, the joys of technical problems in Asia. I was very concerned about this (and viruses) as well, but my (new at the time) computer lasted just fine for the 3 months I was there. Sorry for your difficulties.

    • It is what is is–the combination of the wet weather, poor electrical grounding, and higher voltage seem to wreck havoc on electronics here, and my poor little laptop (which is by new means new) appears to have succumbed to its ravages.

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