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a covenant diary: entry 2

dear covenant diary, Rejoice! For I do not have to stand up and turn around whenever I have to search my bag. I can frisk my bag and run at the same time. I can look inside my bag while I'm prone! No more standing up and compromising my location to get shot at! What spell has enveloped Aeternum that made it so, diary? In the past, we could only look at the things we carry ONLY when we're standing still! Also, it appears that the hidden stash is back! They are hidden stashes that contain coins, diary! Are these from the Spark? I can't imagine anyone else doing this miracle, since I don't know how we can fit a stash filled with coins, motes, and gypsum inside a solid Starmetal vein. Does a person have to mine a platinum vein hollow, a tree trunk hollow, or a live animal hollow, just to place the hidden stash inside it and put everything back together? How can anyone cover a gaping hole over a live beast with its flesh? The horror. I also noticed that the travel do not con

How to Export Bookmarks on Google Chrome

My fourth internal hard-disk has died -- due to old-age -- and now I'm backing up my laptop of +10 years. After copying my files to my external drive, I realized that I'm holding some ten years of bookmarks on this laptop, and my sync is off (because of reasons), so it's imperative that I save my Google Chrome bookmarks. I'm paranoid that my laptop drive may fail as well -- hopefully not soon. Here's how to export your Google Chrome bookmarks:

1. Click the three dots (Google Chrome settings) on the upper right corner of Chrome.

2. Select Bookmarks and then click Bookmarks Manager.

3. Finally, click the three white dots just below the Google Chrome settings, and select Export Bookmarks.


You will be prompted to save your bookmarks in HTML (or as a webpage). After saving and opening this file, all of your bookmarks will be listed and organized with a header which is the folder where each bookmark was saved. 

You can save your bookmark to a thumb drive, or your online drive such as OneDrive or Google Drive. Now, you don't have to worry about losing your bookmarks on a local computer. Instead you can transfer them around without having to turn on sync.

Memory tip: hit "ctrl + shift + o" on your keyboard and it will bring up Chrome's bookmark manager.

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