Tag Archives: Hardware

My Guitar 5 – Goodbye

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. After special-ordering it brand new, and then owning and ministering with it for more than 23 years, today, I sold my beautiful, custom-made, still-brand-new-looking, Taylor 955CE, 12-string acoustic-electric guitar — ironically, to … Continue reading

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He Works At His Desk

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Mr. Peanut’s grandma (my ministry partner, Melissa), recently got him a toy. It’s a little desk that he can use when he draws, writes, and colors. But it’s also a It is … Continue reading

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A Hole In The Roof 2

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Very early this morning, Mike sent me an email message, expressing his concern for me trying to repair my roof all by myself. He also offered to either “keep a safety eye … Continue reading

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A Hole In The Roof

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. A few hours ago, I got a call from my excellent friend and next-door neighbor, Mike. From his back yard, on the other side of the wooden fence that separates our yards, … Continue reading

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And A One…

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. I just got home from a historic event. Awhile ago, this afternoon, I did my very first concert since before I suffered a major stroke, almost exactly one year ago, last December … Continue reading

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Working On This Site 22

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. I’ve been working on this website again, behind the scenes. One of the several things that I’ve done is to add a cache to this site’s pages. You should notice this site’s … Continue reading

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Some Like It Flushing

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Yes, this is a post about a toilet. Specifically, the toilet in my wife’s and my private bathroom. For the past several days, it had been loudly “chirping” like a cricket, for … Continue reading

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This Site Is Back!

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Wow! It’s after midnight, early, early, early on Wednesday morning. Five days ago, all of my sites and their email were suddenly gone. I know what you’re thinking. It is illegal to … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 30 – Slow Mow

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. I just finished mowing the whole lawn, back and then front. Now, I’m soaking wet and waiting to stop sweating, so that I can change my shirt, and then go pick someone … Continue reading

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Hard Drive Work

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. The past several days have seen a whirlwind of activity on my home office computer. First, the aluminum hard drive docking station that I had ordered online, arrived. Then, I was able … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 28 – Newer Cards

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. As you may recall, from a few posts ago, my ministry‘s new business cards from Vistaprint.com were very disappointing. So I got a refund for them. Then, I returned to Zazzle.com, my … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 26 – New Mower

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. I just mowed the back yard again. It wasn’t long enough to really need cutting yet, but, after the past 2 days of not getting any rain at all, we’re predicted to … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 24 – Lightning

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Late today, I discovered that all three of my home computers had serious problems, causing them to either refuse to boot up at all, or to boot up, but then lock-up randomly. … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 23 – Used Mower

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. This morning, my excellent next door neighbor and great friend, Mike, helped me load my rider mower onto his trailer, and, together, we took it to the mower dealer, to finally be … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 21 – Driving Alone

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. My regular readers probably won’t be really shocked to read that I just got back from Walmart, where I went to get a couple of things that I needed, and that I … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 20 – First Driving

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. With having had such amazing experiences lately — like being told that I don’t need rehab any more, working on my rider mower, and walking all the way around the block without … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 17 – Vic 2

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Happy Easter! As you know, Christmas would have no meaning, without Easter. Yesterday was another fun and highly productive day. My friend, Vic, from Indiana, returned, for his second visit in the … Continue reading

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Stroke Update 7 – No Insulin

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Another day, another dollar’s worth of good news! This afternoon, my wife and I (and my walker) met with my endocrinologist. Looking at my lab-work numbers, he said everything looked great! Then … Continue reading

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The Worst Roofing Job Ever

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. Many years ago, my wife and I hired a company to replace the roof on our house and garage, up in the Frostbite State. The salesman who convinced me to hire his … Continue reading

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The Worst Parker 2

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear elsewhere. It will take 5 minutes and 50 seconds of your life that you’ll never get back. But it might be worth it, because you’ll probably remember it for a long, long time. … Continue reading

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