So I've been slowly re-installing apps on the computer since my second reformat, everything seems to be working okay so far. However it appears that my computer is having a bit of an identity crisis. When I installed PowerDVD is said it detected that it was being installed on a laptop and offered me a Mobility Package. Then just now when I re-installed Set Point for my Logitech DiNovo keyboard/mouse the setup said it detected a touchpad on my system.
So apparently my desktop wants to think it's a laptop.
I hate tax season. I have three main separate incomes (only two now this year) and only one of them is W2'd, which means I've withheld a decent chunk of change from the government - and they don't like that the stingy bastards. Last year I scraped the top of maximum withholding before incurring a penalty, I'm sure to surpass it this year. Perhaps I should have fought my horrible procrastination harder and actually made use of the electronic tax payment I signed up for last August and filled out my quarterly taxes.
Tomorrow tho when I do my taxes I'm going to see how much I end up owing and then take it to a tax specialist for a consultancy. Perhaps I can get away by doing some quarterly returns or something. *sigh*
The Digsby experience is going well so far, I plan to write up my review on Friday. Lifehacker is doing their second Hive Five feature on IM apps, and Digsby seems to be getting a lot of support trailing only slightly (at rough estimate) behind Pidgin. I'll find out tomorrow what the final 5 top IM apps are and by Friday I'll have an idea where Digsby stands amongst them by popular vote.
IMO so far Digsby has been outstanding, clean and simple.