The Space Between
The tears we cry
Is the laughter keeps us coming back for more
~Dave Matthews Band~
The new Nano is finally here! Although of all iPods, I’ve never been too much of a nano fan, I must say I’m willing to give this one a shot–not just for the size and its convenience–but the first iPod with a camera takes the concept of iPods to the next level. Not only did Nano step up, but the iTouch has branched out to producing 64GBs now! All the more capacity, all the better.
But give it a few months, I am pretty sure iTouch will incorporate a camera into the Touch series too.
Speaking of music, I have developed a new fondness of the Dave Matthews Band. Brilliant country / jazz / alternative / acoustic music. Their best songs by far (of the few I’ve heard), are Crash Into Me, Grace is Gone and The Space Between. Definitely worth checking out. But the links I’ve put on this blog are only the best versions of the music and not the MV.
Mum is looking into purchasing a new laptop or netbook: these last few days have been spent indulging in the pro’s and con’s of components. Samsung versus Fujitsu. In my opinion, the Samsung model is a lot more reliable and sustainable, despite the very few minor components which differ. But a netbook is still a netbook–it doesn’t get any fancier. AND Samsung is a lot more internationally recognized than a Fujitsu.
As for life itself, minimal amounts of drama which actually don’t involve me, but do however, involve those close to me. Though there’s nothing I can do that I haven’t already done, I must say I am rather disappointed at certain people I once gave more credit tho–certain people who I thought were at least slightly more reliable.
Regardless, people will always judge until they themselves have experienced the same dilemma.
Carpe diem quam minimum credula postero. (Horace)
“Seize the day, trusting as little as possible in the future.”