OWC Tips & Deals 12/19/2007
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at Other World Computing. One week until Christmas... two weeks to 2008... and only four weeks until another Macworld Expo! For now, this is the time for Family and Friends. On that note - I couldn't be happier that the Macworld Expo is starting one week later than the 'normal' of prior years. Actually have the time and space personally for really enjoying these holidays with my wife and kids. Always thankful and ever more.
For all you last minute shoppers, (hey, I embody the 11th hour last minute shopper when it comes to hitting the stores) - a quick note on holiday shipping for your OWC Mac Goodies... To ensure delivery by Christmas Eve (Monday, December 24th), the following options are available: Orders with UPS 2nd Day or FedEx Economy delivery by 6PM on Thursday, December 20th (tomorrow) and still receive by (or before) Christmas Eve. Select UPS Next Day, FedEx Overnight, or US Postal Express Mail on orders placed by 6:30PM on Friday, December 21st and it will still be there... This applies to orders with all items noted as in stock at the time of the order. Order online or give one of our Mac Team Experts a 'jingle' at 800-275-4576. :)
As always, and especially now, the best to you and yours and a Happy Holiday Season!
Some quick and fun gift ideas for the Mac User in your family
If there's a new Mac coming into the house... or a great Mac already up and running - More memory can make a huge difference. Memory is easy to install (and we have online installation videos to show just how) and at today's low - it is an unbelievably value for the performance it can bring. We're talking fewer/shorter 'spinning beachballs', general faster operation completion, and snappier feel... A year ago 1.0GB for the Intel Macs cost over $120. Today - you can add 4.GB for under $100!. Memory is a great gift to see more use from an already great Mac and our online compatibility guide makes buying the right Mac memory easy.
What could be more fun than being able to watch, record, edit TV and import/view video from other sources too - right on your Mac? If this appeals to you or someone you know, ElGato has made it very easy with their EyeTV product line - made just for Macs. Not only do various modules tune TV, but they are all great for importing video from your VCR, Camcorder, etc. With deals starting from $59, doesn't cost a lot at all to expand that Macs A/V Multimedia functionality.
So - got some great videos on your Mac and want to use/view them on your iPhone, iPod, or even Sony PSP? Doing the conversion is made easy on your Mac, but takes a long time to do and while it's going - leaves your Mac bogged down and lets say less than enjoyable to use for other tasks while the encoding goes on. For $79, Elgato's Turbo.264 is a plug and play USB 2.0 device designed to address both of these 'challenges'. First and foremost, specifically designed for video encoding - this product does the A/V conversions significantly faster than even the latest Core 2 Duo Macs. In addition, since it's doing the work - you're free to continue using other applications on your Mac without the major performance degradation. That's a real win-win solution there.
Maybe it's time to bring a new cat into the house, perhaps Apple's latest OS 10.5 'Leopard' is just that 'cat'. If so, it's $109 for single user or $175 for 5-user 'Family Pack' versions - no extra shots needed. For information on various requirements and upgrades beneficial to 10.5 Leopard, check out our October 26th newsletter with it's feature on just that.
Another highly popular category at OWC is FireWire storage. Be it for audio/video, backup, music, photos, extra storage, bootable external portable, etc... Have a wide variety of options designed with your Mac in mind for optimum performance and reliability. It's amazing how fast you can fill up a hard drive these days, but - easy to plug and play FireWire to keep on adding more. :)
For any of the goodies you may be seeking, it's worth a quick browse of the Tips n' Deals Reader Specials page for sure. On this page is a pretty decent selection of products with nice discounts for our newsletter subscribers like you.
Be it iPod accessories, iMac stands, laptop carrying cases, rack mounted storage, raid controllers, etc... Give our New Search a shot. The search box is on every page as it's always been - in the header just left of the 'Live Support' button - but it's better than ever. About two weeks ago we deployed a major upgrade to our search that has made it easier than ever to find the products your looking for. Although we're still working to make it even better, the search today is about 100X better (IMHO) vs. what it replaced just two weeks ago.
Don't forget - at any point: before, during, after a purchase - we're here to help. And while we're not necessarily here 24/7, our online Tech Center has manuals, troubleshooting information, and installation videos - a great resource you can access anytime!
Alright - shameless plugging over. :)
For Fun and of interest
It was about a year ago that Cisco introduced its iPhone line under the Linksys brand. The Linksys iPhone is an 'Internet Phone' designed to work with online services via your home's broadband to make and receive calls, stream video and audio, etc. It's not a bad product in its own right... but after Apple and Cisco settled their trademark dispute (Cisco actually owned the iPhone trademark for years prior to this introduction), this product seems all but forgotten.
With that said - I don't own a Cisco/Linksys iPhone... and I really have enjoyed using my Apple iPhone and wouldn't trade it for anything. Lots of ongoing interest in Apple's iPhone also has it ranked as the most used search term on Google this year as well. As a continuing note to the Cisco product... you will notice in a search for iPhone on Google, only those referencing the Apple iPhone are on the first page. Also, interestingly enough, not even the wikipedia iPhone entry mentions the Cisco product. I'd say Apple pretty well owns anything iPhone these days.
Last week brought some rather severe weather in the form of an ice storm to various parts of the midwest and including our neck of the woods. Although the pictures can hardly do justice.. with the exception of one.... it was really quite a sight with the sun shining and glistening on the field just next to our current headquarters. Jamie was happy to get out there, brave the cold :), and snap some some photos to share.
Playing on childhood memories, well, ya got to love Apple's new 'animated Christmas classic ad'. Although Apple doesn't seem to have the same sense of humor corporately today, it's certainly not lost in their advertising.
With Christmas shopping still to do, I will now conclude with this portion 'our of presentation'. Seriously - all the best to you and yours for a most wonderful holiday season. Thanks for reading and we'll be back one more time before the year rolls to 2008.
But more does follow... Still in this newsletter we have Link to Quick Tip: Chris's Top Ten, this week's Reader Specials Highlights, and Roger's Music on the Mac following some 'messages from our sponsor'.
Online Installation Videos, PDF Docs, FAQ & more in OWC Tech Center:
From installing memory to ipod batteries, installing processor upgrades to Optical Drive you'll find help with OWC's Installation Videos. Tips on setting up hard drives, creating raids, proper memory handling, network setup, basic trouble shooting, and just a whole lot more. There is a lot of experience here and we're happy to share that with you.
A better Apple/Macintosh ISP at a better price - FasterMac.Net
Super competitive rates, Toll Free Tech Support, and a brand new level of Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam protection coming on line - you'll be amazed at how much you get for less at FasterMac.Net. Even just for e-mail, FasterMac.Net makes the hassle of Spam effectively no hassle at all.
Just what does OWC do with trade-ins, open box items, discontinued goods, etc.? We put 'em up on our Clearance Deals Page. Watch for major update on/about September 1st!
Use Apple OS 9.2.2 & Apple OS X on Macs Apple doesn't support because OWC does with OS 9 Helper and Xpostfacto!
Quick Tip: Chris's Top 10
Sometimes you just don't know what those great applications are till you find them (or delete them accidentally) missing. In this case, we're talking about the top of Chris's list for Top 10 Shareware/Freeware/Donationware Mac applications you can freely download on the internet.
Some of these we've covered before, for others this listing is their first. All of them definitely have earned their place. Some are 'free', others are free to try.... for all of them, if you appreciate the function or functionality they offer, we encourage you to support their authors. We have no affiliation and receive no benefit related to this support... well, other than a benefit we all share in, the (hopefully) continued support of these applications. Enjoy!
Check out our Quick Tips Archive, Hardware/Software Review articles, and more - all in the OWC Product Reviews and Editorial center.
Great Buys and Featured Exclusive Specials for OWC E-Mail Subscribers:
A much larger selection of regularly updated Tips n' Deals reader discounted specials can be found on the Tips n' Deals Specials Page, which is updated just for - well - readers like you!
Memory makes the difference
Memory Market Update 12/19: In what must be the spirit of giving - the 'Memory Majors' - Micron, Samsung, etc - continue to provide us with memory at well below their cost. DDR2 Memory for the latest Intel Macs has never been as low... I doubt can go much, if any lower... and a lot more room to go back up. The same 1.0GB that cost you about $120 a year ago is $24.75 today. 2.0GB Modules were over $800 a year ago... $49.00 today!
Memory is well worth it, even when it was twice or thrice the price... Not sure what memory can do? Our real world memory performance benchmarks can shed some light. If you've only got 512MB (oh my gosh) or even 1GB - adding more can literally be like you've bought a brand new Mac for the difference it makes.
We sell top quality, major brand memory at what are really cheap prices right now - and not to be confused at all with selling cheap memory that's not the good stuff. More memory = Faster Mac = Less 'Spinning Beach balls'
Top Quality, Apple Spec Qualified Memory and backed with a Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty - We've got ya covered!
Upgrade MacBook, MacBook Pro Models (Core 2 Duo & Core Duo)
For all speed/models of MacBook and MacBook Pro
All models have 2 slots - upgrade one at a time or with a set.
1.0GB PC5300 DDR2 now $24.75; Upgrade with a 2.0GB Set $49.00
Add a 2.0GB Module to any Core 2 Duo Model for $48.75,
3.0GB Memory Set (2.0GB + 1.0GB Modules) for $72.50, or
4.0GB Memory Set (2.0GB + 2.0GB Modules) for $95.00!
See other up to 4.0GB Memory and Hard Drive Upgrades options online.
Add up to 32.0GBs to Apple Mac Pro Quad/8-Way Xeon
Max the Apple Mac Pro Quad Xeon with up to 32GBs of Top Quality Memory Apple Qualified with Apple Approved Heat Spreader for Optimal Reliability Mac Pro has 8 Slots, Memory must be installed in Matched Pairs.
1GB x 2, 2GB x 2, and 4GB x 2 Module Sets now starting from about $39.37 Per GIG!
Upgrade iMac Intel, Mac mini Intel Models (ALL)
Both Systems have 2 Slots, May be upgraded one module at a time or pairs.
1.0GB PC5300 DDR2 now $24.75; Upgrade with a 2.0GB Set $49.00
Add a 2.0GB Module to any Core 2 Duo Model for $48.75,
3.0GB Memory Set (2.0GB + 1.0GB Modules) for $72.50, or
4.0GB Memory Set (2.0GB + 2.0GB Modules) for $95.00!
See other up to 4.0GB Memory and Hard Drive Upgrades online.
Upgrade your PowerMac G5 and iMac G5 with PC3200
iMac G5 1.6GHz, 1.8GHz, and 2.0GHz; all PowerMac G5 Models with PCI-X Slots
(all PowerMac G5s prior to the PCI-Express 'October 2005' models)
PowerMac requires Matched Pairs, iMac allows one at a time.
2.0GB Matched Pair PC3200 DDR 184 Pin DIMMs - $119.00
1.0GB PC3200 DDR 184 Pin DIMM Module - $59.50
512MB PC3200 DDR 184 Pin DIMM Module - $27.50
Click for All Memory Options.
More Memory for iMac G5/1.9GHz & 2.1GHz Models, PowerMac G5 'Oct 2005'
PC4200 Memory for Late 2005 Model iMacs; PowerMac G5 PCI-Express PowerMac requires Matched Pairs, iMac allows one at a time.
1.0GB PC4200 DDR2 240 Pin DIMM Module - $25.00
2.0GB PC4200 DDR2 Matched Pair 1GB x 2 Matched Set - $49.00
Click for All Memory Options including 2.0GB modules/4GB kits from $55 per 2.0GB!
Upgrade PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12"/15"/17"; iBook G4 12" & 14"
PC2700 for all iBook G4 Models, All 'Pre-Oct 2005' PowerBook G4 Aluminums
PowerBook has two slots, iBook only 1 slot - no advantage to matched pairs.
512MB PC2700 DDR SO-DIMM 200 Pin - $29.50
1.0GB PC2700 DDR SO-DIMM 200 Pin - $72.50
Click for All Memory Options.
Upgrade PowerMac G4 AGP Graphics, Gigabit Ethernet, Digital Audio, Quicksilver models
Three or Four total slots, up to 512MB per Slot - Each slot independent with no advantage to matched sets.
256MB PC133 CL3/PC100 CL2 SDRAM DIMM 168 Pin - $21.50
512MB PC133 CL3/PC100 CL2 SDRAM DIMM 168 Pin - $49.00
Click for All Memory Options.
OWC stocks top quality, fully tested - Apple Spec Memory for nearly every Mac made
If you don't see your model listed and/or are not sure what your system needs, use our
'MyOWC' compatibility guide will list out just options are correct for your Mac.
Watch, Schedule, Record, Edit TV/Video on your Mac from $59.00
Elgato makes it easy to watch, schedule, record, and even edit video with it's EyeTV line of products. From broadcast television to your own video sources like VCRs, Video Game Consoles, etc - Real Mac Digital Media Center options made easy. The best part - these products are virtually for any Mac G4, G5, or Intel model with an available USB 2.0 port and Apple OS 10.4.x or later.
If you have a iPod Video, iPhone, or even Sony PSP - converting videos from your Mac for playback on these devices can not only be time consuming - but also tie your computer up while the encoding processes. Well - ElGato's Turbo.264 is the solution. Not only does it significantly accelerate encoding, it also lets you continue working while it works since it also frees up your Mac's processor(s). For any Apple G4, G5, or Intel based Mac running OS 10.4 or later - Reader Special = $79.00
On Special - like New, Elgato Factory Refurbished Deals: EyeTV EZ USB 2.0 TV Tuner + Recorder - $59.00 (was $149.99 new) EyeTV 'Hybrid' Digital/Analog TV Tuner & Recorder - $97.99 (vs. $134.99) EyeTV 250 TV Tuner + Recorder w/Hardware Encoder - $119 (vs. 199.00) See them all online here.
And... there's more... See our full line of Elgato here!
802.11n Wireless Options for Mac at $62.50
Add 802.11b/g/n Wireless support to pretty much any Mac (or PC) running Apple OS X 10.3.x or later - including 10.5 - with Edimax nMax.
nMax 802.11n Wireless for PowerBook G3/G4 PCMCIA Cardbus Slot
nMax 802.11n Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter works via any available USB port
nMax 802.11n Wireless PCI Card Adapter for use via any available PCI/PCI-X Slot
All three models now in stock and available, your choice at $62.50.
See our full line of Wireless options + just received Apple Airport Extreme 802.11b/g Base Stations - used, in good condition - for $57.99, online here.
Faster, Bigger, Better - More Storage for A/V, Backup-Time Machine, etc
Put a bigger, faster drive inside! If you've got a Mac Pro, you've got 4 internal drive bays for up to 4.0TB. PowerMac G4s and G5s support 2 or more drives with factory standard bays. PowerBook, iBook, MacBook, MacBook Pro, and iMac owners - you can put a bigger and faster drive inside to upgrade the existing stock drive. And when you do have to take a drive out, consider external enclosure kits as a way to extend existing value further.
SATA Internal HDs for Mac Pro, PowerMac G5 & G4*, iMac G5, iMac Intel: (PowerMac G4 owners can use SATA drives by adding PCI SATA HD Controller)
1.0TB Western Digital 'Green Power' 16MB Cache 3yr Warranty $269.00
1.0TB Hitachi 7K1000 7200RPM 32MB Cache 3yr Warranty $309.99
750GB Hitachi 7K1000 7200RPM 32MB Cache 3yr Warranty $179.00
750GBWestern Digital Caviar SE16 7200RPM with 3yr Warranty - $179.00
500GBWestern Digital Caviar SE16 7200RPM with 3yr Warranty - $109.00
300GB Maxtor MaxLine III 7200RPM 16MB Cache 5yr Seagate/Maxtor Warranty - $69.00
Click for all SATA 3.5" HD options
PATA (IDE/ATA) Internal HDs for PowerMac G4*, iMac G4*, and eMac Models *Note: Pre-2003 Models will only recognize up to 128GB of HD capacity via internal IDE/ATA bus controller. Although limited via the built in controller, you can use ANY Capacity external FireWire/USB2 currently available(Built in or Add on ports) or, owners of PowerMac G4s can add PC HD Controller which also is not affected by built in controller limit.*
160GB Hitachi Deskstar 7200RPM 8MB Cache with 3yr Warranty - $55.99
250GB Western Digital Caviar SE 7200RPM 8MB Cache with 3yr Warranty - $78.99
400GB Hitachi Deskstar 7200RPM 8MB Cache with 3yr Warranty - $107.99
500GB Western Digital Caviar SE16 7200RPM 16MB Cache with 3yr Warranty - $119.00
Click for All PATA 3.5" HD options
NoteBook 2.5" SATA Hard Drives for all MacBook & MacBook Pro Models:
250GB Western Digital Scorpio 5400RPM 8MB 3yr Warranty - $139.00
250GB Hitachi TravelStar 5400RPM 8MB 3yr Warranty $167.99
200GB Hitachi TravelStar 7K1200 7200RPM 16MB 3yr Warranty $209.00
160GB Hitachi TravelStar 5400RPM 8MB 3yr Warranty $97.50
Click for all Notebook SATA 2.5" Options
NoteBook 2.5" PATA (IDE/ATA) for all iBook & PowerBook G3/G4 Models* *Models produced prior to 2003 limited to 128GB of Recognized HD Capacity on internal bus. This limitation is not present when connecting additional storage via FireWire or USB*
WD Scorpio 5400RPM 2.5" NoteBook 9.5mm Hard Drives for PowerBooks/iBooks On special:
60GB now $54.99; 80GB now $62.99; 100GB now $69.99
160.0GB 5400RPM Hitachi 5K160 PATA 8MB Cache HD w/3yr Warranty **$95.00** *Late 2002 and later laptops*
120.0GB 5400RPM Hitachi 5K160 PATA 8MB Cache HD w/3yr Warranty $79.00
Click for all 2.5" IDE/ATA HD Options
Plug & Play FireWire External Solutions 250GB for $115; 500GB $179, more
These Plug and Play Solutions delivery exception performance with Plug & Play Ease. All you need is a Mac (or PC) with an available FireWire port to use any of these solutions. Models with USB & eSATA fully interoperable on systems with those interfaces as well.
250GB OWC Neptune 7200RPM FireWire 400 Complete Solution - $115.00
500GB Elite-AL Pro 7200RPM 16MB FireWire+USB2 Model now $179.00
320GB NewerTech miniStack v3 FW800/400/eSATA/USB2 + Powered Hub $179.00
750GB Elite-AL Pro 16MB 7200RPM FW800/400,U2,eSATA Model for $285.00
1.0TB NewerTech miniStack v3 FW800/400/eSATA/USB2 + Powered Hub $435.00
1.5TB 32MB 7200RPM FW800/400+USB2 Performance RAID now $509.00
Click for all FireWire Solutions
Transfer Data from existing HDs, Make your own Externals - from $25.00
NewerTech Universal HD Adapter - connect any 2.5" or 3.5" Hard Drive external via USB 2.0. Great method accessing 'extra drives' from previous upgrades, etc - makes it super easy to transfer data to a new drive that's replacing an existing drive in single HD bay systems. Universal for both SATA and IDE/ATA (PATA) Hard Drives - $25.00
Make SATA 2.5" HD from the MacBook or MacBook Pro External from $34.99
Make IDE/ATA 2.5" HD From PowerBook/iBook External from $42.99
Make SATA 3.5" HDs from Mac Pro, G5s External from $109.99
Make IDE/ATA HDs from Apple G4 Computers External from $44.95
Awarding Winning Prosoft Utility Specials - DataRescue II $55
If ever you've got an issue with data on one of your hard drives, the award winning DataRescue II is an application you want in your arsenal and ready to deploy. Be it data corruption or accidentally deleted files, DataRescue has saved the day for many.
Prosoft DataRescue II normal retail $99, Super Reader Special - $55.00
Also check out Prosoft Drive Genius - this is the same utility Apple uses for the system maintenance they charge you for at the Genius Bar which you can buy and thus be doing that maintenance yourself. :) Normal $99, $67.50 for you.
Kensington Car/Auto 12V to AC 200w Inverter for $29.50
This Kensington Car/Auto AC Power Inverter is in like new condition, factory refurbished and complete with a 1yr Kensington Warranty.
Very solid, conveniently compact, and a heck of a deal at less than half of new retail, this product provides one AC Outlet and also One USB Port for power in addition to passing through the 12V Auto. Perfect for powering your laptop, ipod, cell phone, etc. Great solution too for MacBook/MacBook Pro users who don't have a cost effective Car/Auto Adapter even available out there.
Plenty of stock available at the special reader price of $29.50
See your home's power usage real-time, reduce power bill
Few of us like to see our monthly power bill, any bill for that matter... but when it comes to our power usage, that's usually when we think about it.
Enter the Blue Line Innovations PowerCost Monitor - this nifty device works with pretty much any type of power meter, is allowed/legal (in fact power utility companies are starting to promote this product), and lets you see you're power consumption in real time.
I put one on my meter and while have always tried to be energy conservational, this gives that extra reminder and even challenge to make sure lights, tv, etc, computer, etc - is shut off when not in use. For those with variable rate plans (different power cost for peak vs. non-peak), it's easily programmable and helpful for shifting power intensive activities (doing laundry, etc) to those non-peak hours. When you have it displayed front and center how much the power is costing you real-time, it's quite motivating to make that number as low as can go.
The Blue Line PowerCost Monitor is available for our readers discounted to $119 and I can tell you first hand, it definitely is an investment that will pay for itself. It's also nice no longer being surprised when the power bill shows up. :)
Again, deals like these and more - reserved just for Readers - found on your regularly updated Tips n' Deals Exclusive Specials Page.
Music on the Mac: Roger's Holiday Guide
Greetings from the macsales.com Music Department!
We recently attended the Wisconsin Music Educators Conference and gained some valuable insight into our customers needs. We featured quite a few of our music products and USB and FireWire storage solutions at the show. We also deduced correctly that educators and students needed an inexpensive portable digital recorder. We brought the iKey Plus recorder to the show and it was very well received.
I have featured this device in recent months in this newsletter so will just give the basic description here again. It is about the size of a paperback book, is super simple to use, comes with a stereo mic and can record to flash drives, your iPod, or any drive with USB 2.0 - even convenient USB 'Key Chain' stick drives. It's helpful to know that it takes 10 Megabytes (100 Minutes per 1.0GB (Gigabyte) of storage) to record one minute of CD quality stereo audio.
We recorded the US Army Field Band at the conference from the back of a very large banquet room and the results were very good. We then were able to play that audio for visitors to our booth. Many educators and students were impressed and are purchasing their own. One of the big factors in this unit's success is its price. At only $149.00, it is significantly less than the competition from M-Audio, Edirol and Zoom. To be fair, some of those units have some advanced features such as the ability to record at better than CD quality but the iKey Plus records at CD quality or MP3 and is the "right fit" as far as features vs price for many people. The people we talked with felt that a device like this could be shared among choral, bands and soloists in their departments. Many students also commented that they would use the device to record themselves and lectures too.
This product is a true winner because it does one thing well at a very reasonable price.
Please call 800-275-4576 to speak to one of our knowledgeable sales staff and discuss your specific needs. Happy holiday shopping!
Don't forget about our Audio/Music Forum. We want to be your resource for answers to your questions...and let you share your experience with others too.
Please find the "right stuff" at great prices here. Get our entertaining Widget called Daily Guitar Jam.
Browse and read other 'Music on the Mac' articles by Roger posted online.
See how Roger created The Garage Album CD at The Garage Album website.
About our Music Guru:
Roger Adler is a four-time Emmy nominated composer, producer, and performer. He is an endorser and clinician for the iGuitar by Brian Moore Guitars and his work is recognizable in over 1000 television commercials. Adler performed at the Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C. as recently as 2005 and his recordings include appearances on the Groundhog Day feature film soundtrack and The Garage Album. He is widely recognized for his role as Music director for the A&E television series "The Best of Comic Relief" starring Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, and Whoopi Goldberg and for 16 years as Music Director for the popular series "Wild Chicago." Adler is the owner of two recording studios serving the professional entertainment industry, i^3 audio at North Pier in Chicago and studioA at Lakeside Legacy Arts Park in Crystal Lake, IL. In addition to facilitating the Daily Guitar Jam Widget, Adler produces the popular Podcast Show "Rock Your Computer" which broadcasts to an international audience via Apple's iTunes Music Store.
I find it ever more interesting how fast time seems to fly. A recent study seeking to find out if people were 'hyper sensitive' during events of crises or fear might have the answer to that. In such moments the recollection is such as if time itself was slowed... For the sake of things, relative time is a constant - but did this mean you could perceive things faster in such a state? The result came back negative, you weren't able to perceive things faster in these heightened states... but apparently - a part of the brain concerning memory is much more active. Essentially, because you remember much more of that event - it seems to have lasted longer vs. the rest of what is normal. In the same line... as we get older and I suppose that less is new, we have less new remembered and thus - it seems to go much faster, vs. when we were kids with everything to be new. Making the best of each moment has always been good advice and seem to make time slow some too.
With that, going to 'wrap' this one up.
Merry Christmas and may Your Holiday be filled with joy!
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