MacBook Malware when you least expect it.
Googled the issue and found what seemed like the solution. Force power down. Restart in Safe mode.
Called Apple care. Problem solved in 10 minutes.
When you least expect it, challenges. This is why being organized is so helpful. It minimizes potential meltdowns.
Meltdowns make us even more disorganized.
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Unwilling to use state of the art technology?
Bought a new MacBook 12″ three weeks ago. Haven’t turned it on yet, but will in a few hours.
Upgrade when you don’t have to so that you are ready before you need to be.
So am i unwilling?
PS. Sometimes we crack ourselves up. Embrace and enjoy those moments.
Did I mention I bought a MacBook last week?
Did I mention how much I love the challenge of learning a completely different way of using a laptop?
And did I mention I have an eight-year old?
All this means is that it’s a great time to be alive.
I walked to Niagara Falls late yesterday afternoon and watched, with a deep reverence for the power of the water, and an even deeper reverence for the power of the Creator.
If I didn’t mention any of this before, good. If I did, never mind.
Carpe diem, jeff 🙂
This is a followup to last night’s post on Apple versus Microsoft.
I LOVE my Toshiba laptop and my Internet connection. It works fast, is very reliable, and I am very good at it.
What intrigues me about Apple?
It’s understated simplicity.
It’s vision to compete, even though the market clearly shows it as the underdog.
Humans don’t like change. Apple IS change. The iPhone IS change.
Bob Dylan once said, “He who is not busy being born, is busy dying”.
Who is changing faster, better? Microsoft or Apple?
May I challenge you to evaluate your attitude toward change and give yourself an honest grade?
Make today a GREAT day to consider change as a theme and act. Because if you don’t, who will? If not today, when? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂
MacBook, Excellence and Change?
In an ongoing effort to be excellent, I bought a MacBook on Saturday.
Friends and colleagues have told me for years that Apple computers are way beyond a Microsoft Windows Internet experience.
I thought, “How different could it possibly be“?
In a nutshell, here’s why I went Apple.
After recent “pressure” from a few friends and some simple Disney continuous improvement tactics, I determined that hands down, the iPhone is my next phone.
When I started to see gigantic differences between an Apple iPhone and other phones, I took a quick look at Apple computers. Know what my first reaction was?
This is one of those times where I think to myself, “If I have to explain it to you, you won’t understand“.
While Apple’s market share is pale compared to Microsoft, it won’t be forever.
MacBook, Excellence and Change? Damn straight!
Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂