Well I’ve not updated my android font pack which I swore I would do, and I still plan too mind you… I’ve just been real stressed out over the fact my job will be ending soon, and I don’t even know how soon exactly. I will be out of a job either June 30th (Eclipse Day!!), or the end of July. Not knowing exactly when I will be unemplyed adds to the stress I already have knowing no matter when it is, I will be unemployed soon. So stress upon stress, and more stress upon that from being unable to find a new job. Why am I going to be unemployed? No I am not being fired, more like let go, budget/financial reasons. My boss would like me to stay however there is no money to pay me to stay, as well as 4 other co-workers also losing thier job, which is bad for my employer because they will be short handed, just now while writing this I had to step away and help 4 different individuals with something computer related.
Well, aside from all I plan to update my font pack as soon as I get a chance. I almost lost my current font pack because this weekend a hard drive of mine decided of all things to do to me right now, to fail. Or so it seemed, as soon as I got rid of somethings and purchased a new internal HD and stuck it into an enclosure to make it a external HD (2TB) and have me spend more $$$ than I should have being as soon there will be a even more shortage than their is now in my bank account of $$$, and then to top it off… it seemed to work again like normal. I then learned that its reccomended you leave about 15% free on a HD, mine was a 500GB which is acutally about 465GB (which I think is bullshit, they should just market it as a 465GB HD not a 500GB HD), so 15% of that is about 69GB, plus the 35GB you lose form the 500 because its really 465GB, you end up with a little under 400GB drive, you lose about 100GB, total crap IMO (the amount your actually getting, not the needing to leave 15%). Anyone got any reccomendation? Do you leave 15% free GB? Should I? Should I leave less? I had about 30GB free out of the 465GB when this began to happen.
In short I am soon to be jobless, I spent more $$$ than I should have to replace a HD that decided to make me think it was dying, and then seem to recover after I purchased the new HD leaving me out $$$ I could have not spent had it not done what it had.
Stress, stress, stress!!!!!!