Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Houston, we have a connection

I am very excited, because we figured out how to connect my computer to the scanner. Wahoo!

In honor of this momentous event, I am posting a picture of myself that I scanned:

Look, an early blogger!


yeshiva bachur said...


Scraps said...

Awww, that's so cute!

And is it just me, or did you have a Mac even then? :-P

Y B said...

I meant Awww!!!!!!!!!!
to bad for shomer negiah, such pinch able cheeks

the apple said...

Scraps - Thankee! And yes, it's a Mac. In this pic I'm actually in my dad's office at work. He's been a Mac fan for ages - he's upgraded since though ;).


Erachet said...


That sentence made NO sense. XD

Chag sameach!

jackie said...

Hehe. Looks like the computer I had at that age.

And I like the hair.

Chag sameach!

Rebecca said...

"Looks like the computer I had at that age."

Jackie, you had a computer at that age? Hey, I'm not that much younger than you! No fair that I didn't have one! :-)

And Apple, that is a very cute picture. :-D

jackie said...

Yup, Rebecca. I'm just about the oldest person I know to have had a computer in the home from infancy.

But it's nothing to brag about really...what did computers in those days do anyway? They were more like oversized calculators. Mine (also an apple!) had a black screen which displayed green letters. When we got a black-and-white computer, it was a really amazing development!

Scraps said...

Ooh, I remberer the computers with green and black screens! They even had primitive MS-DOS games that were green and black that you had to insert on floppy disks (that back then were sometimes even floppy!).

RaggedyMom said...

Now I feel old.

Erachet said...

I remember computers with DOS. I always had to get my mom if I wanted to play a game because I never knew how to get to it myself.