*sigh* I wonder whyMicrosoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e31'
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Timeout expired
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LOL take it from me... as someone who was absolutely dreading it (earlier this year) - it's not that bad!Brian Hickman said:Hey now! I will be 30 in February. Ugh, that and I am getting married next year. Goodbye childhood.
Thanks, saunders45! I was fifteen years old in 1985, so I remember a lot of those gadgets. I don't believe that I owned any of those, but I've certainly had my hands on several of them. I especially liked the "Tapecasts" section, about a third of a way down the page -- very clever.saunders45 said:I just read an interresting article about "new" technology circa 1985. Check it out. Some pretty funny stuff.
If only that were true...We dont really know how they think they can take on the Macintosh user interface, though, so dont be surprised if the little Arizona startup that could, well, cant.
Small world. I'll be 30 in February too. I already bid a fond farewell to my childhood however. I had to when I got a child of my own (up to two now).Brian Hickman said:Hey now! I will be 30 in February. Ugh, that and I am getting married next year. Goodbye childhood.
You feel old? This stuff was in my house in 85. I was 15. I had a Mac Plus 512 in college.solvs said:You guys are making me feel old.
And I'm only 28!