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#171 - Welcome back, Ubuntu

And yesterday, I said goodbye to Windows XP for good and installed Ubuntu on my old laptop. I still need to sort out a few details and install programmes, but the installation was quick and easy, and the baby ® has come to life again. I still have to think about what to do with it, apart from connecting it to the barcode reader and maybe the printer;...

#157 - So long Windows XP, and thanks for all the fish

I have wanted to do this for a long time, but now the time has come. And so I picked up my little girl ®, cleaned her up a bit, uninstalled all the extra programmes, did a nice defrag and then put her in the capable hands of my trusted system engineer.
The idea was to virtualise the operating system and give the little girl ® a new lease of life with a friendly Ubuntu....

Did I already tell that story?

When I was in kindergarten, I gave a well-aimed slap to one of my classmates for chatting and not following the teacher.
I was never sent to kindergarten again; who knows why.

Ah, how I would love to be a child again....

Be careful what you wish for, you might get it

This past month has been difficult, to say the least.
There are still plenty of difficulties from n thousand, but at least something has changed: from Montenapoleone, I have moved on to the Land of Melzo*.

The Land of Melzo is a magnificent place that can be reached in many ways: by choice of three trams (and a piece of road on foot),...

New friends

Hello, blog, long time no writing, isn’t it?
We once loved each other so much; now, it’s just a superficial friendship.

Remember how I used to tell you about my tech friends and celebrate their birthdays too?
Well, today, something happened, and I want to tell you about it.

I am expecting a new friend: my birthday self-present....

A post from the train

Just two lines, partly because it’s not easy to describe specific situations and partly because I’m pretty tired; it’s been a long day.
I met him, and I must say that I’m happy I met him; he’s a wonderful person (and I thank him again for his help, even though, in the end, I still couldn’t connect to the wifi)....