The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

Go figure.

Monday, May 06, 2002

Grouch update

I finally got in contact with the handyman I hired to fix Condo Conner up. He apologized for missing the appointment for last Friday and ask if I was still interested.

I am.

He said great, when would be a good time. This Friday. And he would even take off a bit of the bill for the inconvience.

Cool.

This time I'll make sure to call him the day before to remind him.


Jonesing for connectivity

Network … out …

Need …
    … net…work

badly

fear …
… uncertainty …

doubt

… jonesing …

gimme network!

NOW!


Sweet nectar of life

Much better.

Network is back up and running.

Aaaaaaaaaaah.

Why no, I'm not addicted.

Why do you ask?


Blatant crass commercial message and a link

Well, Ken (a friend of mine from FAU) was kind enough to send me (via snailmail no less!) his company's newsletter (and when I mean his company, he's part owner of it). So I'll return the favor and point to his company's website where you too, can get small business advice [gee, it takes a network outtage to get us to check snailmail. And no, I'm still not adicted].

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