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Networking "non-network" printers
"MTUs", loss of connectivity
Time Sink Adware removal
One eBay scam
Internet Storm Center (SANS)
Among the more printable ones (some were just a euphemism for "I agree"), and that I'm willing to post <g>):
Okay, I'll archive the blog this evening; it is getting a little lengthy. My apologies to the dial-up crowd... The week continues apace; homework appears to be de rigeure for both the boys; I'm just hoping the process doesn't continue into the next two weeks; we all need a break.
...and I need one to get into this entire Christmas thing; I'm doing okay, but I can't seem to get on track and running at speed. Oh, yeah, the job and the homework.
Well, I think I'm getting a pass from Mom on the 'Oddities', but we'll just have her hold her thoughts until my next birthday. How's that sound?
...but man, did I mess one of the T-3 answers last week up big time:
To whom it may concern: An unnamed someone has not seen a holly tree locally. Well, if the aforementioned would look in that someone's mother's backyard–LO and BEHOLD!!!! A 40 year old, beautiful holly tree whose limbs are replete with red berries—it's right in front of the shop, snoozie.
School's out as of this afternoon. Work is over (other than the 'coverage' part) for at least three days (vacation, if any, "to be determined"; I need time to think about the permutations). We're not going out of town this year. Detox time is available before Christmas (yeah!). Oh, and before Christmas Eve at my sister's with my Mom and Tiffany and the cats and whatever else happens there...
In lieu of a post, I think I'll link the techno-fable, Three Nights Before Christmas from 2001. It's a bit long of tooth, but hey...
Bliss. A day off... One before a holiday. ...or before its Eve. Down time.
Sure, things to do, but not Things To Do. Yeah, I'll take it...
Bigger? Well sure, I'll just make a splash page from it! That was my thought about the Christmas Eve photo when someone asked for a larger version of it. I think it worked out okay.
...and nope, no flash; that was just decent white balance selection (tungsten: the blue in the background is from the 'daylight' fluorescent lamps in that room).
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