I'm kind of nervous about something.
It's finals week, and I have a final project. It's already done, and I submitted it this morning.
However, I'm not sure if my teacher will be able to see it, or grade it. She said two days ago (when I had class with her) that she couldn't open the Powerpoint when we sent it as an attachment.
Attaching was the only way to send it.
I tried exporting the Powerpoint to MS Word in an outline form, but I only got slide titles. I also tried saving it as a PDF, but I couldn't find the option.
In the end, I ended up submitting it the only way I knew how, and now I'm super worried that my prof won't see it, and I'll get an incomplete on my final or something. She's a tech-shy person (of the older generation), so emailing her about my concerns is not an option.
On a second note of technology fail...
I lost at least a year, maybe more, worth of progress on the Sims 2.
I don't know how or why, but after working fine forever
, the game borked on me and I was not able to load the neighborhoods I had been playing in (and making Sims journals on my Deviantart). I tried every step from every guide in creation, I even tried taking out my downloaded/custom content. It didn't work, so I have to start over from scratch.
Upon starting a new game, on two different computers, I tried to put downloaded content that I thought
was safe - just a few hairs and stuff I used before.
It went "Not Responding" again.
So now I'm starting over, without custom stuff, and from the very beginning.
"I don't know where to start" is an understatement.
On top of that, my sister and I shared the game. She is not gonna be happy that her stuff is gone along with mine, and I couldn't even get custom content to load on her brand new Windows 7 computer.
FML, and eff technology. My favorite game has now become a headache for me.
"This is not a game. Here and now, we are alive."