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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Sunday 14 May 2006 (Day View)
14.05.2006 – Sunday 14 May – Music & Computer Markets
- • I nearly missed the train to Lawnton, from where I walked to the Computer Markets, only to find that two of my three external hard drive boxes had been sold already—I should have called last night and asked that they be held.
- • I now have my Music drive working in the one external box I managed to buy. My junction to it seems to work just fine too, even though it’s now an external hard drive and the junction was made back when the hard drive was on my old motherboard, which I find impressive.
- • I planted some more flowers in the front of the garden.
- • Bronwen and I decided to buy chips, but the chip place had just shut, which was not according to plan.