April 2012 - petrostudio LLC
I remember telling a colleague of mine, about a year ago, just what my life’s snapshot looks like, in terms of work, family and studies. At the time, I was working on restoring our house and also teaching part-time, as well, so the duties were even a bit more expanded than today.
Regardless, I feel, sometimes, like an insane person.
I’ve always thought the idea of really expensive software was a bit ridiculous. Nobody pirates software that costs $100. You just buy it. I can’t tell you how many times I found a piece of software that jut worked and thought, “Only 65 bucks? I can’t click the buy button fast enough.”
I had owned a glif. I say had, because I seem to have lost it somewhere. It’s probably the same place that my son’s missing car or an old retainer are. So I bought a new one. And, while I was on Studio Neat’s website, I figured I’d just drop some more money. And I’m probably not done.