Artisan 6 is awesome for a lot of things. Back when the software first came out, I remember making quite a few 4×6 postcard-style images and prints for use for family parties and whatnot. Today we tend to just shoot the image via text, chat or another social graphics platform, but the concept is the
(Updated October 16 2023) Short and sweet: I’m not a fan of purchasing a brand new phone every one to two years, especially from my cell phone service provider. They make it easy, but often that can turn into paying more than you need to, IMO. For years now, I have been purchasing refurbished phones
So, if you subscribe to my email list, you know that Forever has posted a Holiday Gift Guide that’s easily accessible from the landing page of the site. If you’d like to peruse that gift guide (which gives you easy links to things you can make in just minutes), here it is: Forever’s Holiday Gift
Before you purchase your next computer, consider this:
I’m still using the shadow copy feature in Historian 4 to back up most of my photos on my computer. But what I’ve found in the past few years is this: I always needed more hard drive space, so I would purchase a bigger external drive. With this system, it’s up to me to maintain a separate drive or drives to store my photos and maintain an adequate backup. To manage things I’ve split up my vaults to make them smaller. But I always run into the problem of having to remember to plug the backup drive into my laptop periodically so my shadow copy is up to date.
And then there are the hard drive crashes. Not one. Not even just one per year. In 2016, I had to reinstall Windows 4 times. In 2017, I’ve reinstalled again four more times on two different laptops. Just a few months ago in late 2020, I upgraded my laptop again.
Can you see where this is going?