Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Dagnabbit!

You know where my USB cable is for the digital camera? I think it's in Florida. Hmm, I think I need to buy a new one. Vacation photos, Badcock and all, must wait.

In the meantime, ask me something, and I will do my citrusy best to answer. I've been feeling uncreative of late, with the needle on my blogfodderometer running near "E." Help me fill my post tank, won't you? And for considerably less than $3 a gallon? There will be (invisible) prizes for the funniest and most insightful questions.

(Concept of a plea for questions yoinked from Siddity in the City's posts last week.)

7 comments:

Becky..Absent Minded Housewife said...

When snow melts, where does the white go?

Mona Buonanotte said...

Tell us about your 'first time'.

Or 'second time.'

Or 'best time'.

Or hey, how's about a recipe for magic brownies?

Charlie said...

Instead of another USB cable, consider getting a USB memory card reader that reads whatever kind of memory your camera uses. Then it can stay safely attached to your computer 24/7, which, come to think of it, so could a normal USB cable, so perhaps this solves nothing after all.

Nothing to see here. Move along.

Ken / Cazique said...

I second charlie's suggestion.
- a cardreader will likely survive till your next digital camera, you won't need to switch to a new cable
- you can buy a 2nd memory card, keep one card in the camera while you work with pictures on the PC on the other card
- most importantly, the speed is (in my opinion) a lot better through a cardreader than through the camera.

SanDisk makes good ones - when I have more time I'll go find which one I have, if you want.

E. said...

You may have already covered this somewhere (in which case, just point me to the appropriate archival locale), but how about telling us the story of your courtship with Mr. Tangerine?

Midwestern Deadbeat said...

This is probably a) a boring question, and b) already answered in the archives somewhere, but I've always wanted to know the story behind the name of your blog. I also second E's query about Mr. Tangerine. I love courtship stories.

JT said...

What makes you the best mom in the world?