What's this I hear of a new Zodiac sign? Ophiuchus? Come on. I was just getting comfortable with being a Gemini. Not sure what all this Zodiac mumbo-jumbo entails, but we now have 13 signs - and 12 months. The math doesn't add up. I was and forever will be a Gemini.
Oh wait, I just got a tweet from @GeminiFDH - Hey #Gemini your zodiac sign has not changed. You are still a proud #Gemini! Ophiuchus isn't the 13th sign. It's a constellation.
Crisis averted. Whew! Therefore this chart below is crap.
NEW ZODIAC SIGN CHART
Capricorn January 20- to February 16 Aquarius February 16 to March 11 Pisces March 11 to April 18. Aries April 18 to May 13 Taurus May 13 to June 21. Gemini June 21 to July 20 Cancer July 20 to August 10 Leo August 10 to September 16 Virgo September 16 to October 30 Libra October 30 to November 23 Scorpio November 23 to November 29 Ophiuchus November 29 to December 17 Sagittarius December 17 to January 20
I've never had a Mac so I can't comment on how they run.
My hard drive basically shut down on my Dell laptop (of about 2 years). No problem. I got a new hard drive for $45 at Newegg.com, installed it, went to the tech office here at the college and asked them to help. They installed Ubuntu (a Linux o/s). Got home, plugged in my iPod, and some wack ass program pops up.
I Google'd "iTunes" and "Ubuntu" and come to find out iTunes does not run on Linux operating systems. Awesome.
Next stop, picture folder. I use Picasa, but with Ubuntu, they use PhotoStream or something. Sweet.
So here I am, with all my photos, songs, and documents (which work fine) backed up on an external hard drive. I want to go uninstall Ubuntu and install this Windows XP disk Jesse gave me. I put in the disk and this Ubuntu won't even let me autorun a disk. Bullshit.
Problem is, now no one is answering the phone down there. And because it's my personal computer, they may be hesitant to install anything that isn't theirs. I literally spent all morning yesterday down there trying to get this thing figured out. The computer they give me at work has OpenOffice Writer, which basically doesn't open naturally on any other computer. (the fact that the computer is from 1990 is besides the point).
I hope I get this fixed, because I want iTunes, Picasa, and I want to install this wireless printer I got for Christmas. I have a funny feeling that with this Ubuntu garbage, I won't be able to sync the two.