I am not at all computer savy. I know enough to function and that's just right for me. Today, while attempting to complete various administrative tasks and begin preliminary study for my sermon, the dreaded blue screen popped up on my office computer. I couldn't get the computer to re-boot. I called our faithful deacon who is also a "computer guy" for a diagnosis. In his usual understated way he said, "we call that the 'blue screen of death'". You know, computer geeks have their own culture and language.
Just Great. This couldn't have happened in the three weeks prior to today, when I didn't have sermons and lessons to prepare.
It appears my hard drive is gone. Thankfully I have most of my stuff backed up to our server and a bunch of stuff on CD's. Still, I feel violated, taken advantage of, and cheated.
This is the second hard drive I have lost. Come on Dell! What's up?