We’re just a few days into the year, and I’ve already had what will surely be my greatest stroke of genius. The product of my brilliance? Single-Serving Whipped Cream Packets. Or, more likely, whipped topping packets. Why has no one thought of this before? It would be perfect on everything!
Glancing over my site this evening, I noticed that a good portion of my posts use exclamatory punctuation in the title. This led me over to Wikipedia, since I was curious as to whether it’s considered a “mark” or a “point”. All trivialities aside, I did manage to learn two things:
I’m really a woman, given my predilection for the things. There’s something called the interrobang, my new favorite punctuation mark‽ If anyone can manage to find a key combination for producing the interrobang on a Mac, I’ll be forever indebted.
My memory arrived this evening. Installed easily, working perfectly!
Here you can see the new RAM showing up in About This Mac:
And here you can see (most of ) its presence in Activity Monitor:
As expected, I’m only able to use 3 of the 4 GB installed, due to mapping limitations in Intel’s chipsets. But I’m okay with that. I still get to use more than the official limit of 2GB without sacrificing video speed.
Another Friday night, another contribution to The Great Pumpkin Experiment of 2007. This week, we haveÂ Macadamia Nut White Chip Pumpkin Cookies. Before we get started, I would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone about the importance of…
We start our cookies by combining flour, cinnamon, cardamom, and baking soda in a bowl and mixing well. Yes, Todd, mixing well (ahem).
Over on the mixer side, throw some butter (softened), sugar, and brown sugar into the work bowl and mix.