- Condo Commandos: They've been quiet since I called about unathorized occupants and the
Head Condo Commando called
back so it looks like the recent maelstrom has blown over for
now. I think it also helped that I cleaned up the back porch.
- the Mercedes: It's been
towed! Or at least moved somewhere else.
- the Impending Move: We still waiting to see if we've been approved for
the townhome. They are
waiting for confirmation that Rob and I are employed.
Rob has it easy—he's employed! The rental office is just waiting
for his company to fax back the information that Rob actually works
there. I don't have it so easy; being self-employed it's a bit
harder to say “Yes, I'm employed.” They want proof which
means tax returns and various W-2 and 1099 forms and what not.
On the plus side, if Rob is deened to make enough then it's not so
important that I actually prove I make a minimum amount of income
- Network Solutions: I have yet to print out the form and fax it back to them
with photo ID. Seeing how I'm going to have to rent a fax as it
where to do this, and money is a bit tight with the current housing
situation this might take a few more days to get resolved.
- Web server/browser bugs: It turns out both Mark and I need to read
specification a bit closer. When a browser sends the
Host: header, it also sends the port number if the port
isn't the standard HTTP port, which Mark didn't realize. So when he
was sending the redirect, he was
adding on the port number, which was already included in the
host portion. Bug fixed.
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