Sam was in trouble and he was wondering if I would help him overcome the situation. I asked him what was wrong and Sam said that he had to replace his old computer with a new one because his old video card died. He had to re-install everything on the new computer, and he couldn't find the right brother printer drivers. He was upset and he said that it was urgent. I told him to calm down and I assured him that I would help him find the right drivers. I searched the web and I found a YouTube video that could show him how to find the right drivers and update them. I sent it to Sam and he said that he was going to watch it immediately.
Three days ago I decided to take a walk and after that I went to visit my friend Monica. We had a little talk with Monica and she told me that she was looking for software that can download drivers for her computer. I showed her a great video on YouTube about windows vista drivers and she was very grateful to me. She thanked me and she invited me on a date. I am extremely excited because of this. We will go to a nice restaurant this weekend. I like Monica a lot and I hope that we will have a fun time at the restaurant.
A couple of days ago my friend David came to visit me and he told me some bad news. He said that the pictures that he took from our vacation, with his Android phone, got somehow deleted. He said that he was sorry and now we need to find a way to recover them. I decided to search for “android file recovery software” on Google and I managed to find a really good video on YouTube about this. I hope that I will be able to recover the photos with this software. They were some really nice photos and I would feel so bad if we lost them forever.
I owe half of my film career to Brian Kraft. As a struggling and budding filmmaker in Kentucky, I had to find, using limited resources ways on how to improve in this chosen passion. It was never an easy task. I had to find a kind, equally passionate and patient mentor. I did not have a lot of them in our place particularly because the field of filmmaking is no common craft. That all rotated three-hundred-sixty degrees when I stumbled upon Brian’s YouTube channel. It offered private mentoring – just as what I want. He fits perfectly to my qualifications as his passion for the arts is equally emphatic to mine and his knowledge is way beyond the conventional methods of thinking and filming. He knows how the real world work. Brian has in his sleeves the tricks of the filmmaking trade. I will never come close to a mentor who will show me those tricks without hesitation. He also showed me connections to different movie houses so that my craft would soon feed me. And I admit that he did a good job there in establishing my connections. I was able to be employed in a film studio in California and I have never left the company since my first day. Brian is no ordinary teacher. He patiently taught me everything he knows about making quality films, in the entertainment and artistic standpoints. Truly, I owe half of this hell of an experience to him and I will forever be, indebted.
A couple of days ago, I learned how to recover deleted emails. I went over to my friend's place. She needed help because she realized that this very important email was deleted. I did not know how to help her, and that is why we browsed the Internet together. We found a couple of useful videos on YouTube. We watched them, and that is how we learned how to recover her email. My friend was really happy. She made cocktails for us, and we celebrated. We were happy because we learned a very simple thing. On the other hand, not everybody knows how to do it.
I am a realtor and use my smart phone for taking property photos to post online. However, I had trouble using it the first time. I could not find all the photos I knew I took, and had to ask my husband to help He ended up trying to recover pictures from sd card units I had in my computer. If worked, too. Somehow I was syncing the device and my laptop wrong and the photos were not showing in the E: or C: drives, as they should. But once my hubby hooked up the sync mode right, it worked fine.
Reading the Ripley’s pages online I am shocked at some of the sites I see. When one woman is concerned about being treated as just another Annapolis celiac disease survivor. This should quite frankly be the last of her worries. She is labeled as the heaviest woman alive. Weighing in at 834 pounds she takes the title! But instead of worrying about getting the weight off or having diabetes, high blood pressure, or a heart attack; she is concerned with celiac disease! I was becoming increasingly irritated with her the more I read her story. She had an excuse for everything. The only reason you weigh over 800 pounds is from sheer neglect! Nothing more and surely nothing less. She admitted to eating over 10,000 calories a day! I think that the last thing she needs to concern herself with is a gluten free diet, maybe counting less calories would be a great start.