I was raised in a household where certain events, dates, times had a Welsh superstition attached to it. I’m not talking about your basic walking under ladders kind of superstition, I’m talking about much more than that.
On the 1st of every month, the first words out of your mouth should be “White Rabbits.” If you see the moon through any sort of glass, obviously spit on your money and turn it over. If your foot is itchy, you are going to travel. If you left hand is itchy, you are going to lose money. Right hand, get money. Bird flew into the house? Yeah, someone’s going to die. And whatever you do, never, ever leave a house from an entrance different from the one that you entered in. Trust me.
So, you can just imagine how I am around Friday the 13th. I become a walking encyclopedia of dos and don’ts that is borderline Sheldon Cooper fanatical.
And because technology sometimes has a tendency to kick us all in the butt sometimes, I am VERY cautious around my technology when Friday the 13th rolls around.
Here’s what you should look for and what to avoid with your technology on Friday the 13th. Please don’t ask me for the reasoning behind this. Just do as I say.
Essentially what I’m saying is, if you’re like me then tread lightly on Friday the 13th for anything to do with technology. Treat your devices, laptops, and computers with the ultimate care. Don’t overwork them. Let them sleep.
Trust me on this one.