Monday, September 29, 2008

Back to the Genea-Cave

I came back from Santa Cruz this afternoon, arriving in San Diego at 2:40 p.m. Linda was waiting in the cell phone lot, but had a dead battery when she tried to start the car. An hour later, we were on our way home.

I will try to post the "Best of the Genea-Blogs" article tonight and then try to catch up on several issues from the weekend and today.

I was able to read my email and blogs from Santa Cruz using my daughter's computer, which uses Google Chrome now. The setup is different - every new URL gets a tab and the Chrome start page has images of the last 12 (?) URL's that were input. The Bookmarks have moved (it took me awhile to find them!) and the Refresh symbol too. The think I really liked was that the scroll wheel on the mouse worked in the frame beneath it without having to click in it. It was OK for me - but not a quantum leap in browser management.

I fear that I have caught the Santa Cruz crud (runny nose, sore throat, headache) again - it happens every time and is the result of working closely with and loving little boys who go to two different schools with a completely different set of germs than my body is familiar with. It happens every time! I'm not complaining, of course, because "making family history" with them is challenging and fun.

My apologies for not posting more often - I had very little time between Thursday morning and Monday afternoon to read and post anything - perhaps an hour a day just to keep my head above the email flood and the blog torrent.

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