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Preserving Memories of a Loved One?

cyberassasin Cook together as a family, pass on the recipes (527 comments)

One thing I would suggest.... Get your wife and daughters to cook together, film or document the recipes. Make those meals as many times as you can with them. It's one of the things that continues to live on after a loved one leaves us, the memories of making meals together, combined with the family recipes that make them unique and special. Every time your daughters then cook that meal or recipe, they will be reminded of their mother.... And as they pass those down, they will pass down the stories as well.

And as others have stated, keep up hope. Miracles do happen.

I wish you all the comfort that your family will be able to receive in these trying times for you.

more than 4 years ago

A Screenshot Review of KDE 4

cyberassasin If you are just looking for eyecandy (274 comments)

you can go here . The original Blog in Polish that was translated... be nice to the server. maybe someone can mirror...

more than 6 years ago



cyberassasin cyberassasin writes  |  more than 8 years ago

cyberassasin writes "SGI has announced the end of production for IRIX and the MIPS based workstations it runs on. The MIPS IRIX products will end their general availability on December 29, 2006. SGI will focus future efforts on Linux based machines for the visualization and HPC markets. End of support for MIPS/IRIX products is currently scheduled for no sooner than December 2013, assuming SGI can survive that long...."

cyberassasin cyberassasin writes  |  more than 8 years ago

cyberassasin writes "SGI has announced the end of production for all MIPS and IRIX based machines, focusing on Linux products for the future survival of the company. Support for the systems is stated to extend to 2013. Here's hoping they will survive long enough to fufull those wishes."


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