November 29, 2007

[Insert Explitives Here]

Filed under: Geek-ery,Life through my lens,They Don't Pay Me Enough,Work,Writing — base2wave @ 1:53 pm

Well, for those of you who might think a plumbers pipes never leak, I can assure you with all certainty that they do. And when they do, it often floods. What I am eluding to is my recent string of bad luck with electronics (i.e.: A dead iPod) and now compounded with failed sectors in my companion laptop, meaning my laptop is dead until I can get a new hard drive in it and reload EVERYTHING [Grumble]. While I am relatively sure that the majority of the data will be recoverable, and luckily my music collection was spared on an external hard drive, I am still too fucking frustrated for words. At least it happened AFTER the wedding. I am trying hard not to take this as a life sign that I ought to be doing other things.

That being said, maybe I ought to be doing other things; like writing a damn article about the end of the labor union strike on Broadway for the company webpage that the boss wanted me to write (For those of you just tuning in, I am the IT Director, not a Public Relation Manager or a Journalist…) Then again, maybe I should take that as a sign that I should also be blogging more over here…

Photo by me, taken some time back. There are more pictures over at my flickr page.

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November 26, 2007

Sad Face, Ducklips

Filed under: Life through my lens,Personal,Work — base2wave @ 2:33 pm

My iPod fell from my pocket and will boot no more. After a quick disassembly it is clear that the hard drive spindle is no longer functional. In other words, it’s fucked. Damn it. I shall by a new one soon. In the meantime, work is long as all my music is at home. but it’s still quiet around here from the holiday, so I’m just quietly working on my other website (which I will not link here as to keep my real name away from this site for privacy purposes). But I’m happy to share the link with anyone if you drop me a note.

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