When you are not connected to the World Wide Web, it is misery.
I have been fraught with anomalies in my PC at home. What anomaly? Maybe it’s a half-yearly anomaly which is not quite, I would say, an anomaly anymore.
For the past 2 weeks I have no connection to the Internet. I actually feel more distraught than the time when my mobile phone crashed and took all my contact numbers with it. Recently, my modem is behaving weird, my computer is behaving weird. It is slow, it hung all the time. I decided that the modem had to be checked (my service provider said it will take 8 days), and I have decided to re-format my hard drive. I can only do that on a weekend, since weekdays are a chaos. The down time is also extended as I spent a few days after work installing utilities programme. All in all, it was a real pain.
The key word to alleviate this pain is to install Anti-worm and anti-virus software programs and registry cleaner. Now my PC runs a lot more swiftly and I can’t believe how much time I have wasted just waiting for the pages to load! (Rolling my eyes~) 😦
While I suffocate with the lack of Internet connection, I haven’t stop reading. I have 3 reviews on the pipeline.
- The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry
- The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
- Ghostwritten by David Mitchell
All good stuff. So watch this space.
How about you? How is your PC behaving now? Does it stop you from the ecstatic joy of blogging? (I said ecstatic because I know you will be enjoying blogging anyway, I just want to know if the experience is enhanced by a super fast computer processing speed!) 😉