I received my new Internet connecting hardware in the mail today. Inside it says that the service won't be available until after 5PM today, and suggests I wait to connect it until after that. I'll wait, probably until tomorrow night or Saturday or whenever I get more than a few hours to get this configured.
We found her while fetching dog food and such for Sport. The pet store happened to be having an adoption day and gave us a border collie named Xena to walk around the store. She was sweet and patient and sat when we stopped, didn't tug at the leash, liked attention and was settled when we tended to our shopping. How could we say no?
Well, we said "no" to the name, and promptly changed it to "Daisy."
I've got IPv6 on my home network, mostly as a playground since IPv4 will someday surely fade away.
I thought I'd try to give this new Apple ecosystem a try. Of course, I've got a back-up, so it's just annoying, but upgrading OSX seems to be trouble every time I do it.
Yesterday I had some running around to do. Left my ramp parking downtown, did my things, returned to a meter. I found a parking ticket tucked under my wiper upon my return.
I finished the server OS update a few days ago, and all seemed to be going well. I had a few tests to perform, but got distracted away from the keyboard. Yesterday I noticed my e-mail was a little thin, so I thought to spend a few minutes checking things today.