Pictures: A couple of Dove shots, both older photos.
Mac: Thanks for all the input from readers! It seems a lot of Mac user out there, a good thing for me. I remember a time that Mac was not very poplar, times are changing. What was the name of the little computer that Radio Shack used to sale, I had one but I can’t remember the name …. Tanny or something like that? I remember I went from it to a Commodore 64 and then to a IBM Dos Machine. I have not been without a computer in all that time but there where a couple of years right before the internet starting becoming available to everyone that I didn’t use one much. The internet got me back interested in computers.
My Mac is in Phoenix, AZ only a couple or three hours away but my delivery date is not until the 8th 😦 hoping I’ll get it a day early, on Monday maybe 😀
Photoshop and Mac: I certainly won’t be buying a copy of CS6 for Mac so that leaves One; joining the CC camp which I don’t much like the ideal of but I might.( For those who don’t know Photoshop went form a software company to a service company out of greed, so you got to pay up more often now.) Two; popping Windows into the Mac (duel boot or virtual-box) and adding a copy of my Photoshop CS6. Pit falls of the two are with CC you got to pay every year ($100,00 bucks or so) and with CS6 and Windows on a near 2k display, the displaying of Photoshop don’t do well in that the menus are really small. I have read some about work-around that may work.
On the other hand, I still have Windows machines and will probably be maintaining at least one fully operational Windows computer. For the immediate future this will be my choice.
Mac Backups: I am reading that I need a dedicated hard drive to use Mac’s time machine and that sucks. I will have to have two backup drives if I go that way. So is there other ways to back up the Mac and share the backup drive with Windows backups? I’ll figure it out 🙂 I do like the sounds of the time machine.