rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


My doltishness has reached a new level.

A few months ago, I finally got the Windows Clipboard working, and began using it for all sorts of things. However, I found that when I saved a file, I was unable to delete it later. Files began piling up, and I was having a hard time finding the ones I wanted amid all the detritus I was unable to delete.

Then I found this web site where I could ask a question, and people who actually knew something about computers would answer it. I asked how to delete the junk from the clipboard. Within a couple of days, I got three answers. One of them worked very well. I'm pretty sure I wrote the instructions down, and bookmarked the page. Naturally, I promptly forgot how the deleting was done. Tonight I went looking for the paper with the instructions. I can't find it. I decided to go back to the page at the web site, but I can't find the URL among my bookmarks. I have forgotten the name of the web site!

I must face the truth. I am not meant to operate a computer. I have no business operating a computer. And, I am obviously developing Alzheimer's. I am now going to go watch television, and fry some more brain cells. They'll all be useless, soon, anyway.

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