I wonder how to categorise this? Here I am, happily and boastfully, asking how to counter problems with ‘over bandwith’ photos.
My BIG BOSS up there must have overhead and said, “Tsk, tsk, tsk, my child, haven’t I taught you to be humble?”
5xmom *stammering*, “Butttttt….FFFFFather, I really have too many photos and no place to store them, Father. I have no intention of paying more money for my personal site. Father, I only spend money on websites that have community outreach, like You taught me.”
Big Boss, “Hmmmm…really? OK, I believe you, my child. Now, you said you have too many photos?”
5xmom, “Yes, Father, I have over 1,000 photos on my 80GB hard-disk. And these damn bucket mempersiasuaykan (embarassed) me with ‘OVER BANDWIDTH’ signs instead of food, glorious food of Penang.”
Big Boss, “Your wish is My command, my dear child.”
*Big Boss, zap-zapping ala 10 commandments*
Down on earth……
My toddler had memperosakkan my KKC. The shop said it will takes two weeks to repair, probably the auto-focus lense dropped. And the mysterious thing is my 256 SD card cannot be found. I suspected toddler had inserted it into the lenses but we dare not tell the shopowner. Let them find out themselves.
Oh well, never mind, my Minolta Z3 is still under warranty. Worse come to worse, I demand for a dSLR as Mother’s Day gift from my atm. Now, anyone can tell me which is the most user friendly dSLR that is affordable? I checked out Olympus (forgot model) and Nikon 70S (damn heavy). Don’t recommend a RM16,800 Canon model please. I only can afford the cheapest ciplak dSLR.