I like this quote. For me, I wonder what I could do to make each day complete. If each day is a life, what would you want each life to be like? Could you be a different person each day, try out a few options and see which really does suit you? If you were planning to make each day a life, how would that work for you? How does this quote inspire you? Or, does it make you angry? Does it assume too much, put too much pressure on just one day? Write about it.
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This Letter Writing Kit was made for those of us "born in the wrong century"! It is "All things Austen!!" With this kit, you or a loved one will be able to spend time relaxing and enjoying an almost " Lost Art" of writing letters in the style of Jane Austen. Enjoy sealing your letter with a real wax seal and using all the Jane Austen themed ephemera! And while you are at it ... Enjoy a cup of tea courtesy of me! It contains: 1. Mini ceramic wax seal ( current stock: heart enclosed in a wreath). 2. 1 wax stick 3. Variety of Jane Austen Themed Stickers 4. 1 set (6) of Jane Austen Silhouette Stickers 5. 1 gorgeously illustrated ( from the beloved novel: Pride and Prejudice) blank note card/ envelope 6. 1 Unique, fill in the blank, Jane Austen Letter Writing Society Mail Tag card 7. 2 blank note cards/ with envelopes to decorate 8. 2 sheets of Victorian mailing labels 9. 2 Jane Austen quote post cards 10. 1 log book to record correspondence 11. Sample of Bakers Twine 12. Sample of craft lace or ribbon 13. 4 mini , stamped envelopes ( to hold a tea bag) 14. 1 vintage themed rubber stamp 15. An assortment of vintage die cuts ephemera 16. 2 large dimensional stickers ,includes 1 large oval Jane Austen Silhouette 17. 4 small doilies 18. 4 vintage circle letter seals 19. 1 package of "Forget -Me -not" seeds just for sentimental sake! 20. 1 roll of vintage paper or fabric tapeSource: On Sale Jane Austen letter writing kit letter by LostArtRevived
The current generation of chips aren't that much better than the previous, and the pace of progress is now slowing dramatically. At least as far as computing is concerned, we’re starting to look at a mature technological base. It’s possible your children will grow up with computers that are not much faster than you yourself are used to today. But that doesn’t mean that the computing is going to look the same. The beauty of a mature technological base is that we can finally take stock of what we’ve accomplished over the last fifty years and learn to use it well. The beauty of capable computing, computing that is good enough, and cheap enough, is that it can be used in ways that expensive computing can’t. Cheap, capable, computing will enable a host of uses that were never possible before. After all, if your computing is cheap enough to throw away, what is it that you will be able to do tomorrow that you couldn’t do yesterday?Source: The End of Moore's Law Might Not Be A Bad Thing I used to upgrade my PC every few years. Each time I could see a big change in how it ran and what it was able to do. Last time I bought a new PC I noticed there wasn't much change. Then, a couple of years later, when I would usually have upgraded... I didn't see the point. The computer I have was already as good and better than the computers for sale. So, I'm at the end of my upgrading. Unless something goes wrong and I actually need to replace more than just a hardware part, I don't see any need to upgrade my PC again. It's nice to be on an affordable plateau. Of course, I'm still not buying into cell phones which I see as glorified email, nothing more.