Periods come and periods go. It is the life-cycle of our planet and its nature, which we are part off. It is so obvious and forms such a big part of our lives that especially men tend to neglect and forget. But it is here and it affects us all in the end. So it affected me, or shall I rather say my computer?
Over 3 years it served as a ‘true’ companion, a friend and a budy. Always there when I needed it and always helping me to experiment, whether it was for the purpose of writing, hacking, traveling, photography or keeping iÄ±n touch wÄ±th friends and family, it served its purpose very well.
So that period is over now. From one moment to another the whole thing just freezed and still it refuses to continue after a maximum of 5 minutes run-time. It will cost too much money to repair, and the dealer and I can’t even agree where the problem lies. Forget about it; the thing will just have to be dumped.
Buying a new computer, a second-hand one, is obviously an option. As long as it is a light and small computer with a good battery, anything will do. But is it really worth the spending? Is it really what I want right now?
Life is constantly shifting. It is up to you -to a large extend- to let a shift be applied to you or not. Obviously buying a new computer the next day was one of my options. The only shift taking place then would be in my bank account and having the computer replaced.
Not doing that and instead filling in my life without my favourite digital tool, is just another challenge and an option that would allow a shift to take place.
So why not allowing this to happen and see how I can refill the gaps in time created by this perceived lack of … something. Maybe it might even bring me somewhere.