The DVI to VGA adaptor that I bought will not connect to my mini display
port to DVI adaptor. So I cannot daisy chain them for giving my
presentation tomorrow (wed).
If anyone has a mini display to VGA adaptor I could borrow, I would be
I want to comment that is is customary in Argentina to greet people kissing
each other on the cheek. It is *not* a sign of special confidence or
boldness and in fact it is also common in most of Latin America and Latin
Europe at least. Rejecting this, and not the contrary, can be seen as rude
I expect quite a few people will be arriving on Tuesday 25. My flight
is landing at 1:10 pm. Would anyone be interested in gathering in
order to go to the hotel together?
(Feel free to answer privately to avoid sending to the list; I can
read e-mails a few more hours before leaving).
I hope that I won't need anything, but it's happened before when traveling
that I need to replace some part of my laptop (e.g. the power cord) or need
a computer-related item. When that happens, it's not fun to search around
in an unfamiliar city for a good shop to buy computer parts.
Can someone with local knowledge, please suggest a place or two that would
be a good, reputable place to buy such items in Buenos Aires? (e.g.
http://www.vobis.com/ which is in Berlin, or http://www.jr.com/ in NYC) I
would like to write <http://wikiatic.com/wikisearch/search?q=write%20>this
information down on paper, just in case.
I'm afraid that taking photos of dinosaurs has drained my battery faster
than expected, and I left my charger behind.
Can anyone lend me a recharger for a casio camera battery, or tell me where
in BA is a shop that stocks Casio camera equipment? I've tried a few
photography shops here in BA and they don't seem to stock Casio.