I took so many pictures at the nature reserve on Saturday, I have entirely overloaded the pallid 8 GB total storage of this frustratingly tiny MacBook Air. Yes, RAW photographs have huge megapixels, Apple; I get it. I should have known. I am going to look into whether or not I can get increased RAM, although from what Apple support forums say, it doesn’t look likely. Time to think about bringing my portable backup hard drive, which I don’t want to do, for so many reasons.
It doesn’t make it any less frustrating to realize three-quarters of the way through one’s trip that my camera’s SD card has more memory than my entire computer. I also have a nice little thumb drive with more memory than my (insert expletives) tiny weeny little computer, with its archaic teeny RAM. What was I thinking? Always check your memory before plunking down hard cash. Lesson learned.
- Apple’s new MacBook Airs: What we didn’t get (reviews.cnet.com)
- Nature Reserve Red Maple (fikaafterfifty.wordpress.com)
- Seekoei River Nature Reserve – a nature lovers paradise (jbaynews.com)
- Titchfield nature reserve. (stockbridgec.wordpress.com)
- Fly-tippers target nature reserve (thelochsidepress.com)
- Get on your bike this winter (yha.org.uk)
- Environmental ethics: Are conservation efforts overlooking ethical values? (ecopostblog.wordpress.com)