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  • 26 June 2005


    9:51pm by rudeboy in category: Work

    Not looking forward to work tomorrow. We’re taking on a new, big-name client’s freight and they’ve decided they want to see how we handle things. That’s just fantastic. Everyone loves trying to get their job done while someone’s looking over their shoulder just waiting for them to screw up. To make matters worse department heads and region heads are coming out of the woodwork to schmooze the new money. Funny how you don’t see or hear from these people for months, then you screw up or some new client needs a good butt-sucking and there they are.

    After work tomorrow I think I’m going to try to get some pages added to the site. I’m planning on putting up my webcam if I can only think of something anyone would actually want to see. Also, I’m working on an FAQ section based on the linux help I dole out in #slackware on undernet. When someone gets help I can add the question and the resolution (given that there is one) to the FAQ and just paste a link to the thread instead of helping people with the same thing over and over as is usually the case. Well, that’s the idea, whether I can find the time to impliment it or not is another story.


    1. Are you around?

      Comment by edwards — 15 September 2008 @ 2:21pm

    2. that all depends on who’s asking and why…

      Comment by rudeboy — 15 September 2008 @ 7:20pm

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