Post Childhood Software

Boxing day I had a blast at Best Buy - I came out with $200 worth of stuff including three memory cards (one 256 MB Compact Flash, one 128 MB sony stick, one 256 Block card for the GameCube) and a couple other things including Quicken 2005 Basic. Yeah, I suppose I’m grown up know, having to buy a financing software to help me keep track of all the expenses that a grown up has. Mind you, I don’t particularly need it - I just find that if I let the computer do it for me that it would be done faster, and it can be done in a nice looking environment instead of pencil and pen that can get lost and can be very confusing years after the fact. Besides, it also does nice looking graphs.

I’ve been trying it out for two days already so I can’t make great judgments about it, but it does the job. I’ll probably play with it for a week before I forget it exist. That’s just how I work.

December 28, 2004 06:58 AM Software


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