I admit to not being the most technically-inclined person in the world, although I truly enjoy technology.
My computer situation has been patched together with chewing gum and duct tape for far too long and I'm currently considering whether to upgrade to a newer, Microsoft-compatible system that I'm very comfortable with, or to take the plunge to spend a LOT more money and a LOT of time to re-learn how to use Apple systems that I haven't used since college days.
I already own some pretty good graphics and photo software and know my way blindfolded around this system. The Apple systems seem to be a favorite with many people though and I'd like to consider it but not only do the computers cost a lot more, I'd have to spend hundreds of $$ for new programs and many hours of learning how to use them.
Mr. Ulrich thinks that most people are simply swayed by the sleek looks and marketing of Apple. Sigh... I'd love anyone's input on this subject.
I've also been experimenting with photo editing programs, and thus the somewhat unusual photo of my crystal geode. I apologize that they are a little out of focus, I mostly just wanted to play with the program to see what it could do and learn a few things before final photos for my next pattern.
I'm fascinated by the structure and beauty of minerals and crystals. I'm still learning but it has been fun.
Thanks for stopping by today - peace, blessings and happy knitting to you.