Shouldve jacked it
Letting him tinker and haiburis advice is good. Work with him. Father son projects.
Do t actively give it. But make him work for it. And also let him spend it.
He needs to understand the value of money. That he needs to work for it, that the stuff he uses is important. BUT he must not feel like he cant do anything becuase you wont let him spend it.
He needs to learn to carefully plan and spend his money.
I should have, but we already have files stored on the local hard drive and he won't let us move...
Definitely father-son. My father wasn't much of a father to me. I don't blame him. He was usually busy trying to earn money for my family. I fared pretty well without him. I only played soccer with him a few times and tennis with both of my parents, but I kept on winning.
I need to think of the thing that made me really conservative of my money. Probably just my mother telling me not to spend all of my money and to invest it so when she gave me $100 on the birthday this tradition started, I never spent it and even put it in the bank on a CD (certificate of deposit and my mother did that for me).
Very nice. but yeah, preferring Windows 8...
I like the look of Metro over Aero Glass on the desktop though, and I can always get something like Stardock Start8 or a free alternative to regain the start menu. Other than that, I can't wait for linux to become more mainstream. That and it's basically impossible to touch the critical files without administrator permission. All of those files are sealed away, unlike in Windows or Mac OS X. Linux ftw! OpenGL performance on Linux also surpasses Windows, on which Microsoft forces Direct X and their thread being removing OpenGL support on Windows.
Well, the wiring in the walls were already set up, and I couldn't reach the high places on the wall where the smaller surround speakers would be mounted.
I helped my friend's family clean up their setup. My friend was just watching me and she was gaping along with her parents when I was done. I was only 9 or so at the time and I set up everything in 1 hour, which is pretty good I guess but it was soooo easy.