The MOTTO

The motto for my pages stems from an old New England farmer story:

A city type was driving through the Maine countryside in the fall taking in the sights.

He was marveling at the colors of the trees and the bleakness of the countryside where the leaves were off the trees.

He drove by an old farmhouse and there on the front lawn, sides and back of the house were cords of firewood stacked neatly in rows. There must have been 30 or 40 cords of wood stacked up.

He stopped and asked if he could speak to the farmer, who obliged him.

Said the city boy, "You've got an awful lot of wood stacked up here"

"Eh-yup" said the farmer.

"Did you cut all this wood" said the city boy?

"Eh-yup" said the farmer.

"Are you selling this wood" said the city boy?

"Nope" said the farmer.

"Are you going to burn all that wood this winter" said the city boy?

"Maybe" said the farmer.

"You know, I believe you have too much wood here for your needs" said the city boy.

Said the farmer, "Son, in the middle of January when it's 5 below zero outside, there's 2 feet of snow on the ground and all your neighbors are holed up………………………………………………………TOO MUCH wood is just enough!"

When you're up to your nose in computer problems, haven't fixed your problem yet and don't know where to turn to next, then…………………………………………………….TOO MUCH information is just enough!

Take the time to study your choice of processor, motherboard, tape drive upgrade or technology change before you open your wallet.

Dick Perron