I had been on vacation, a-visiting my parents and helping them with some project(s) they needed help on.
After driving the half-day needed to get back here, I feel barely able to blog about it, but I did unload a t0n of books on the library as donaties. Also, the cycens left a HUGE T0N of cycen crap on the droppings board, which I have cleaned up now and ventolized the coop out of the ammoniacal smell. You can tell I’m tired I’m misspelling things and don’t care really.
I’m off to take a shower and sleep.
At the risk of posting so many Microsoft Windows-related posts that I’m accused of being a fanboy, I will share this discovery I made today.
In Windows 10, Office 2013 integrates into File History (the sometimes confused default backup tool in Windows 8 and Windows 10) so you can view your backed up files without having to restore them.
As all engineers and scientists know, graphs can be beautiful when well done. They can also be beautiful by accident, like when Microsoft Excel mistakes what the data is and what the categories are. That’s what happened here:
To my complete surprize one day, I discovered that Excel does matrixes and matrix functions, even if they call them arrays.
This alone is noteworthy, however, one thing kept occurring and it was soon aggravating.