In the morning I was handling the databases which I created for different content management systems and previous blogs. I think I was still sleepy that I didn’t notice deleting my blog’s database. It was a really unlucky moment. I wasn’t in panic yet but looking for any backup file in the server. Unfortunately there wasn’t any.
All the things I wrote since November (not much but doesn’t matter) was went up in smoke. At that moment I wanted to Google any keywords which I had in the articles and baam! I found all the articles cached in Google servers. It took about 15mins to copy and paste things back but I felt really happy. Thanks Google, for saving my articles..
Don’t make the same mistake but also remember that there may be a way to return it back. Just open your eyes and try to realize..
Just once in a month does sound acceptable! So give yourself and your MacBook a rest (actually you can continue working – no prob) and calibrate your battery for staying more time wireless. Here you will find the article about how this calibration is done.
For aliminium case macbook pro series;
– charge it full
– keep the cable plugged for 2-3 hours more
– unplug while the computer is on
– use the computer until the battery warning appears on the screen
– save your work and keep using it (ignore the warning)
– your notebook will turn itself down
– turn it off or allow it to sleep 5 or more hours (what about night or day long?)
– plug the power cable and let it plugged until LED light changes to green
Congratulations! Your Mac’s battery succesfully calibrated.
If you’re someone who wants everything tidy on your calendar like me, than you can get the iCal and merge it with yours. Same procedure is valid for your iPhone and/or iPod, if you own one.
For more information and tips, here you will find a very nice article.
P.S. If you notebook battery health goes below %80 before 300 cycles. You can request a replacement.
As you all might know, to be a good cook you have to have a talent! It was never my ambition to be a cook either. However, I have to cook and eat to survive.
Even though I am mostly “creating” my own mixtures of food (well have to admit that they are all unique and really delicious, wish I could remember exatly how I prepared them), yesterday I found out that in the supermarket nearby. Knorr made an invention, Curry Madras sauce.
All you have to do is mixing vegitables, chicken meat and this piece of invention. Lastly yogurt. You can create a really good Indian selection just at your home. Adding hot chili or black pepper is of course up to you.
Good appetite in advance.