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evilbeej: (Bart: It's like this...)
Hel-lo.

I will never remember everyone who wants logos done for them unless I do it this way:

Anyone who wants me to make them a logo or a sigil or a symbol, for web or otherwise, sound off here; reply to this post. And in the reply, please tell me what it is you want, and what the graphic file is destined for.

Thankyou!
evilbeej: (Misc: Western YJ!)
Pix (640x480) behind cut! )
evilbeej: (Relax!!)
'What's a web browser?'
evilbeej: (Irony)
So it's a gorgeous day outside, and it's a chilly cave in the TAC. There's only the two of us here, and only one guy downstairs, so it's not like anyone's going to catch us at it: we've propped the outside door open with a rock, and propped the inside hall door open with--

--wait for it--

--an iMac.

Crossbreeze courtesy Apple Computers. They really /can/ do anything.
evilbeej: (Who: Seal of Rassilon)

Sorry, guys! That didn't look anywhere near as borked in my semagic window. *sheep* And it's not even that funny. A-heh. *^_^*;;

evilbeej: (Who: Tennant (I'd Do Me))
 So I'm in at 10 AM on my day off to make up time off on Sunday, when I was scheduled but couldn't work. I showed up looking like a zombie, and it is currently the funniest thing in the WORLD that my coworker, upon seeing me, said 'Did you even /know/ there was a 10 o'clock in the morning?'

I can't say much for my sense of humour at this time of day.
evilbeej: (BJ: I wash my hands of it.)

(ID: 6159626)APPENDEDGina Donahue
PRIVATE
Mark Public
Copy To Clipboard6/4/2006 12:53:35 PM
Category: (T) (TAC) ResidentialTime: 22 minutesEmail
*****
**** called with the concern that earlier this morning (Sunday, yes) there was a period of about an hour that email sent to him was not actually getting to his account. Between 9:30ish and 10:30ish he at first -wasn't- getting mail, and then was getting mail very late; he started sending himself (and other people) test messages, and they got them and he didn't, and then they started trickling into his account one at a time, fifteen minutes to half an hour late. He's very concerned because one piece of test email that he sent at 10:13 /never/ came through, and he might have missed email from /other/ people during that window of time. He'd like a call back on whether or not there's any way of telling what happened to the test mail, and whether or not there's any way of recovering anything that anyone might have sent him in that time that he never even knew about. I wasn't sure what to tell him other than 'I'll have someone give you a call Monday that knows better than I do'.

evilbeej: (Who: Cybermen)
Things I hate:
-short hold music loops
-plantains
-Covad
-stale coffee
-mothballs
evilbeej: (Cos: The Sting)
[livejournal.com profile] kynn has established that punching the universe really works.

I have corroborating evidence-- I punched the universe when I came into work, and instead of more threats of getting fired, I got the following:
April 13, 2006

Gina Donahue
Net Access TAC

Dear Gina,

It is with great pleasure that I present you with our Outstanding Service Award.

We are very proud to be able to recognize you for your hard work and going above and beyond on a consistent basis. Thank you for your hard work.

Sincerely,
(signature)
(name)
General Manager













Go figure.The letter came with fifty bucks. THANKS BE TO SKOR, GODDESS OF GOOD PARKING AND FOUND MONEY!
evilbeej: (Cos: Couldja not?)
User Comments Below:
I e-mailed you last week. My system is unstable. When I am composing, the system suddenly goes to an error message and wipes out what I have composed. It cannot be recoved. The usual recovery does not kick in.

I have lost two lengthy e-mails this morning alone. THIS MUST BE FIXED.

Screen Resolution: 800x600
Navigator Platform: Win32
Navigator Application Name: Microsoft Internet Explorer
Navigator Version: 4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)

---------------

All right. Now-- there's a button, right above the goddamn compose window, that says 'save draft'. Why do SO MANY PEOPLE -fail to use it-, and blame us, and then proceed to emphasize their own stupidity by saying that they've lost ohhhh so much data because of this problem that is clearly ours? :P

Anyone?

i lied

Jan. 27th, 2006 06:53 pm
evilbeej: (OMG TAC)
death is a STAR

verizon makes me emo. :(

omg i almost put intarwub in a goddamn trouble ticket. fuck you, warren.

fuck all intarwubs!

i am so punchy. :(

jesus, i had a notepad header called:

HISTORICAL SPAM TICKETS

the user icon for this post is mesmerising me.

COUNTDOWN: 7 GODDAMN MINUTES.

Natter.

Jan. 26th, 2006 04:20 pm
evilbeej: (Bart: Irritated)
I got to work on time! YAAAY!

I'm on the phone with a guy who actually talks like 'dis an dat', 'you sayin' i don't got none a dis?' SO AWESOME. 'Yeah, I'm doin' da send again bidness.' OMG. And he's totally got an italian name, and he's a CPA, so I'm like, OMG, I'm on the phone with the MAFIA!!!

----

Wow, someone who's completely confused by a Mac.

Strike that.

Confused by flashing lights.

----
evilbeej: (Che!)
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Reading list:
Postman, N., & Weingartner, C. Teaching as a Subversive Activity. New York: Delacorte Press, 1969.
Jay, Anthony (Ed.). The Oxford Dictionary of Political Quotations. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.
Lasn, Kalle. Culture Jam. New York: Quill, 2000.
Pelton, Robert Young. The World's Most Dangerous Places, 4th Edition. New York: HarperResource, 2000.
Engles, F. & Marx, K. The Communist Manifesto. New York: Washington Square Press, 1964.
Bullitt, John M. Jonathan Swift and the Anatomy of Satire. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1953.
The National Citizenship Test (1965, Bantam Books)
Goldin, Judah. The Living Talmud. Chicago: Mentor Books, 1957.
Campbell, Joseph. Myths to Live By. NYC: Bantam Books, 1972.
Guenther, H.V. Tibetan Buddhism in Western Perspective.Emeryville, CA: Dharma Books, 1977.
Armstrong, Karen. The English Mystics. London: Kyle Cathie Ltd., 1991.
The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran.
Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino.
Points of Rebellion by William O. Douglas.
Civilization, Past and Present, Vol I by Wallbank and Taylor, USC Press, 1942.
MI6: Inside Her Majesty's Secret Service by Stephen Dorril.
Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man by Marshall McLuhan.
A Dictionary of World Mythology by Arthur Cotterell.
Fighting Chance: Ten Feet to Survival by Arthur Robinson, Ph.D., and Gary North, Ph.D.
Dictionary of Theories by Jennifer Bothamley.
Bulfinch's Mythology by Thomas Bulfinch.
evilbeej: (Bart: GO believe a supervillain!)
Who the FUCK calls their ISP and goes 'Hi! I just bought a new hard drive. Can you fax over instructions as to how to install it?'

AND THEN when I say NO, goes 'But I AM A CUSTOMER! And this is my COMPUTER! That I use to connect to YOUR SERVICE! Which I PAY FOR!'

Who?

It baffles me that people are people, sometimes.
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"Yeah, what we're trying to do here is powercycle the router, which means that no electricity is coming to it *at all*. So you need to unplug it from the electrical outlet in the wall, not just from the computer or the phone jack in the wall."

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