First, it’s the beginning of the month, so there’s a new Hot Flash (tiny little story) on the Hot Flashes page.
I always keep updates turned on for everything (except, of course, Windows — no 10 for me!). Eventually, though, I reach the point at which the programs are too big and powerful for whatever ancient (3-5 years old) tech I’m running them on. The latest version of Firefox (which I detest for many reasons) has hit that wall.
SO, I need to either buy a new computer when the one I have works fine for what I actually NEED, or revert to an older version of Firefox. Happily, there’s help in doing the latter. Tiffany Carlson lays out the entire process of reverting to an older Chrome and/or Firefox, over at TechNorms. Thanks, Tiffany! The article includes links to other articles that tell you how to sync your information and settings first, so you don’t lose your bookmarks and stuff.
Another thing I need help with is working with Excel spreadsheets. I used to hate and fear them, but now I love them. I need to use them to organize and sort information for doing the financial chores for Per Bastet Publications. If you know the grades I got in math, that sentence will raise the hairs on the back of your neck. The Functions help me figger without the danger of my dyscalculia (numeric dyslexia) mucking things up. But there isn’t a multiply function! What now?
Well, that’s enough about work. Go play at Albino Blacksheep. The man is a loony. I like that in a person.
A WRITING PROMPT BASED ON MY POST: Write about a fire and/or a fox.