Since spending a fair bit of time in Switzerland as a child, I've missed really good, easily available, bread. I live in a small college town, where it just doesn't exist, and the closest approximation is expensive.
Well, I finally found the right recipe and approach. This is my second crack at the Tartine country bread recipe. The recipe looks intimidating (because it's naturally-leavened), and it does require a few (pretty cheap) accessories. But it's really pretty practical, and the results well worth it!
The problems were worse on Linux, and so I gave up and loaded instead Windows.
But I generally remained unhappy.
Well, I finally bit the bullet and fixed the problems:
First, I replaced the trackpad with the (much better) one from the newer T450s, and upgraded the SSD. This step was a mild PITA, but I got it done.
Then I replaced the wireless card with an Intel one.
Finally, I installed Linux (Mint).
MUCH better; like a new computer!
But the way the Bengals gave away the game at the end this time, on stupid and undisciplined penalties, suggests it's time for Marvin to go.
- public space
- citizenship and the politics of dissent
- legal geographies
- University Of California Los Angeles,Geography, BA, 1992 - 1994
- University Of Colorado At Boulder,Geography, MA, 1995 - 1997
- Syracuse University,Geography, PhD, 1997 - 2001
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