My darling wife is talking about her next computer being a Mac. Ali is not a Mac-head. She's been resolutely avoiding using Macs for as long as I've known her. Microsoft's mishandling of the whole Windows Vista mess has apparently galled her enough to want to eschew using MS products whenever possible, and that definitely includes avoiding Vista on her personal computer. Apparently, the knowledge that Macs can dual-boot with Boot Camp combined with the release of the shiny new iMac models with metal casing has convinced her that MacOS isn't as execrable as she once thought.
When someone you love says to you, "What do you want first, the good news or the bad news?", there is no correct answer. There is also no way you're going to be comfortable afterwards, not a chance.
Things work better when you follow instructions. Simple instructions are also the easiest to screw up, it would seem.
I'm still glad we quit playing World of Warcraft. Keep your fiery crusades. Keep your frost-covered undead kings. There are other games out there. Warhammer Online, coming out sometime soon, is one example. Eventually, StarCraft 2 will drop. There's been talk of MMOs for both Marvel and DC flavors, though the Marvel one is reputedly an XBox 360 exclusive while news or progress updates regarding the DC one have been conspicuously absent for over a year. None of this is helping me draw or get this latest comic idea out of my head.
I wish I had not started once more in paying attention to comic books. At least I can restrain myself and follow titles only in trade paperback format.