I think, in the end, this will cost me an extra $10 month, but it may be more. And another 24 month contract extension. Oh well, we’ve had Dish since December of 1999, no need to switch now.
Five years is a long time. Posting frequency has dropped off, but I’m trying.
And this plugin makes it even easier.
This historian thinks anyone looking at the Great Depression is looking at the wrong economic slowdown. Interesting read, if nothing else.
So that I remember this if it happens again, if you can’t get an email account on your iPhone to delete, put it in “airplane mode” and try again.
I hadn’t done anything recently to keep the name of this blog accurate, so I decided to follow the crowd and get an iPhone. Or, maybe I just wanted a smartphone and, like Jim, didn’t want to wait for the HTC TouchPro.
So far, it’s been working well and I like the interface. Having good wireless coverage all over campus helps with battery life and data transfer rates. Battery life hasn’t been very good, but the 2.1 update released this weekend is supposed to help with that.
Another Labor Day weekend, another year of Free, Hot Buttered Sweetcorn. There were a couple of improvements and changes made this year that worked out pretty well: corn was on pallets in “totes” in a reefer trailer, we had a nice donated tent over the husker for shade and we sold water and soda (in addition to the aluminum pans). Not so good was the lower total tonnage of corn that required some to go out early Monday morning and hand pick (cornjerk, if you will) another 1.2 tons so we could make it until 4pm.
And, I spent several hours at the school district Saturday night rolling the mail server over to new hardware. That’s a task I’m glad we only have to do every few years.
Is it just me or can 2 ESX 3.5 boxes not have access to the same SAN LUN without VirtualCenter controlling things?
So far, I’m having fun with the SAN, ESX hosts and converting VMware Virtual Server VMs to ESX VMs with VMware Converter. And lots of misc tasks that slipped to the bottom of the list for far too long.