I was so happy last month when I finally got my external HD with a capacity of 320 GB. My internal HD, which was partitioned to three parts and Drive D was entitled as mine, only had 10GB left, which almost suffocated the Drive as I look at it. :S I feel kind of sorry for it because I kept downloading videos. You know, those stuffs that can keep me up all night: KDramas. 🙂
I hate streaming from websites. For one, it looks so pixellated and if I got disconnected from the net just for a fraction of a second, it will stop streaming and I have to hit refresh and start streaming from the start again. 🙁 Our internet speed isn’t fast; it’s only 50 kpbs, but I can’t complain. At least we no longer have that super laggy dial-up and have the bother of buying a new card when the hours are all consumed.
My problem now is my external HD won’t work even after I plug it in the power supply, press the switch and connect it to the USB port. :! I hope its defect is just the power supply, and not the hard drive itself, because I’d go totally insane. I put all my videos and pictures there. A part of me will die if I lose all those. >_< Anyway, my friend's sister, who's in another country, wants to send my friend a laptop, but she's scared as to how to send it so it will come by her doorsteps’ safely. She thought of mailing it but she doesn’t have much trust about it. 😐 My point is, if any of you guys would send a package or something, how do you send it? I don’t have much ideas, so I’m asking your opinions or maybe you experienced it beforehand. Thanks a lot. 😛
BTW, I have finished setting up the writing portfolio that I was talking about a little while ago. Go visit if you want. ^.^