When disks die
We decided that we didn't need to keep a zillion 3.5" floppy disks that held back-up data from the last century any more, especially since we no longer have the technology to read them!
To ensure that all our ancient data was physically destroyed Mr hazelh snapped plastic covers by hand and ripped out the disks. He saved the metal bits and bobs for recycling, as blipped.
I am sorry to say that I suffered yet another almost sleepless night and have spent most of the day feeling very tired. We have no idea what is wrong with me. I don't feel stressed. We are wondering if our bedroom might be too warm...
Exercise today: none.