A few weeks ago I said goodbye to my Acer Aspire mini laptop. I was trying to update some software when it crashed, and both my and professional attempts at fixing it were not to be had.
At first I was looking for a way to replace it, but the truth is with a desktop PC, iPad, iPod, and iPhone, I really didn't want to spend another $3-500 on a laptop. Surely I can handle most of my mobile work from my iPad, right?
The lack of Flash has become an issue since I can't upload photos on Squidoo lenses, Etsy, or Blogger using my iPad. There's a Blogger app but it's not flexible enough for my needs.
I thought that with not writing for Squidoo (as a community organizer, I still build lenses) I would be bored and looking for things to do. I've been busier in the last three weeks than I can handle and now I'm paying for it.
My simple little cold that I was suppressing with DayQuil has transformed into one of those gross monstroties that can only truly be knocked down with a decongestant. You know what that means. Sleepy time.
So today while I fight off a nap I'm brainstorming my mobile work options and catching up on bringing you photos from all the cool stuff I've been working on lately. Like this:
I whipped up this disappearing nine-patch for a silent auction at my church fundraiser. It's so bright and cheery...I really wanted to keep it! I'm excited to see someone else be as excited over winning it.
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