NOV 10, 2009 1:33pm ET

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My First Windows 7 Moment


I'm not the only one who looks at the technology leaps of the last 20 years and sighs at how our computing obsessions make us look vulnerable and pathetic when a battery or Internet connection goes dead.

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Comments (11)

Great piece. I had a very similar experience last week, from which I'm still recovering. My Windows Vista laptop wouldn't boot up, requiring a new, bigger hard drive.

You can read all about it at:

Glad to hear both of our stories had a happy ending!

Posted by Dan P | Wednesday, November 11 2009 at 2:54PM ET

Great read. The article has as much practical application as it does entertainment value.


Posted by Adam R | Wednesday, November 11 2009 at 3:16PM ET
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