Thursday, 23 August 2007

There is a grain of truth in cliches

You know that California is known as "sunny California"? Well, I've been here for a week and I haven't seen a single cloud. Except in the Golden Gate. I arrived there and it was sorrounded in fog so thick that you could cut it with a knife. Actually, it was so thick than when the wind was flowing uphill you could see clunks of fog going up. After I crossed the Golden Gate it was sunny again, and you could see how the fog reached about half of the first two columns and completely covered the other two. And meanwhile, in Dublin, it was raining.
I still love how easy is to connect my mobile to my computer and then to Picassa. I also have a small comment about my Mac: it is so well designed. The DVD is just a thin slit in front. The keyboard lights turn themselves off if the room is lit enough. The power plug has no restrains: it attaches magnetically to the computer. Microphone, cammera and speakers are integrated. My only complain (besides the huge amount of programs that won't run): the cover feels a bit plasticky.


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2 comments:

Gonzalo said...

I must say uploaded pictures are pretty sad...

Luis Sigal said...

Solved!!! Check again