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Home Office

Help! Technology is failing me.

Last week, my first generation iPad kicked the bucket. I more than got my money’s worth from the device, but it was my lifeline. Despite having a home office and multiple gadgets that begin with the letter “i”, the iPad was my preferred machine. So learning that the Apple store no longer “supports” my beloved was a bitter pill to swallow. After resigning myself to the fact that I would indeed need a new iPad, I still have yet to open and set up said purchase. At least my desktop and I have grown closer….

To add insult to injury, some of you may have noticed that I have been MIA from commenting on your sites. The absence has not been by choice. My comments have not been registering on most sites that I’ve visited lately (although commenting with Disqus or on Blogger sites has been working fine). Don’t ask me how or why, but the long and short of it is that I’m not sure what to do or whom to contact about the problem. If you’ve missed seeing my comments or have a solution to this dilemma, please let me know how I can resolve this issue.

Status Update: As of yesterday, it looks like my comments have been appearing again. Here’s hoping it was just a minor glitch and that everything goes back to normal. But if you have an explanation, I’d still love to hear it!

Ah, the perils of being a blogger in the 21st Century!

*Image via PicLab Studio

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8 comments

  1. How annoying for you! I’ve had an ongoing tech issue: whenever a client comes in, that’s when my desktop freezes and the printer decides to start cleaning itself while I’m waiting to print out an invoice, having to make polite awkward chit chat about ‘these darn tech issues’!

    1. Thanks, Kasie! When technology goes, it does seem to happen all at once, doesn’t it? I think everything is up and running now — except my new iPad, which I still haven’t had time to set up!

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