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#173686 26-Oct-2008 12:09
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mushion22: I randomly flew to auckland last night to meet up with my sister then nate/cisconz/scottjpalmer/sbiddle/richard and their other halves... good times. Be warned those south of the bombays: wear dress shoes when going out in Auckland CBD. :S


mushion22 is a legend.  Don't anyone disagree.  Good example for the rest of you Wellingtonians!



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  #173703 26-Oct-2008 14:26
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nate: 
mushion22 is a legend.  Don't anyone disagree.  Good example for the rest of you Wellingtonians!


Too true, nate, too true! Laughing




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  #174181 28-Oct-2008 18:22
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Back home from the airport. And planning to install more applications o this newly rebuilt laptop...




 

 

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Muppet:  google upsidedownternet, implement and post results in this forum Laughing

sitting at my iMac trying to update my CV and idling in chat

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  #174258 28-Oct-2008 22:44
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Right this minute, in bed, eeepc on belly and and my 3rd okta touch which has just got the scrambled graphics predictive text thing for the second time tonight - FAIL, I have just cooked a new vanilla "no-i-candy" rom for it so will reload that tomorrow and cross fingers..

Earlier tonight had very detailed conversation about Wellington's hideous traffic and horrible overcrowding on the public transport and ways to improve it with moveable lanes in the terrace tunnel and a ring m'way around by the waterfront.

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  #174285 29-Oct-2008 07:51
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Right now, Im about to tear my hair out because a sales rep has not listened to a word I have said or read my emails and have now sent me a quote for something I didnt want......... its only taken them a month to get this to me. Now Im going to go back to them and start all over again........




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  #174295 29-Oct-2008 08:59
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I'm sitting in my office looking out the window at the horribly grey/black cloud coming my way.  Also listening to TWiT and flipping through a dozen or so tabs in Firefox while I ease into my day of work.

 
 
 
 


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  #174353 29-Oct-2008 13:26
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working with HP on a 'knowledge transfer session' for our new blade infrastructure, ESX and EVA SAN



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  #174510 30-Oct-2008 00:15
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Heading to bed :)




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  #174553 30-Oct-2008 08:38
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having a day off 'cause our road is closed for the Targa Rally... Cool


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  #174730 30-Oct-2008 20:47
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Playing WoW, drinking a coke and eating candy.

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#174733 30-Oct-2008 20:51
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Finished installing NOD32 in all five servers, plus the remote administration. Also installed SQL Sentry to monitor the databases and finished configuring Hamachi in one new machine.

And still have to work on the Twitter integration...




 

 

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Good boy, using NOD32 is a wise move :)

Anyway, as for me, I'm currently cursing/hating/about-ready-to-take-a-grinder-to the radar at work. Its doing really odd things, which I think a couple of earthquakes this morning might have caused. Its so bad the metservice are not using it at the moment for weather monitoring, and if it gets worse, I won't be using it to track weather balloons!

I'm also hating the Tour of Southland, and its blocking of roads, and general noisyness with the idiots on loudspeakers attached to cars...

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#175433 3-Nov-2008 13:17
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Finished doing my part on the Geekzone & Twitter integration - for now.




 

 

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Eating chocolate for breakfast, watching "Sheep in the big city".




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