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Monthly Archives: April 2008
@margilowry FWIW I use Outlook 2000 for calendar only, it’s where the birthdays all go, and sometimes tasks, but decided tasks are weak.
@margilowry I’d love a truly great Outlook-like program that improves on same & isn’t restrictive or weird about multiple mail accounts.
@margilowry I was meh about Thunderbird when I tried it, but it changed a lot since, and probably more since Deb gave up on it & went to OE.
In the proximate gravity-powered apple department, Sadie fell asleep with a big book folded open across her chest. Definitely reading time.
Henry now says "Henry," which is impressively early for his own name. The girls took forever to both self-identify with and say the name.
Not sad it was Brooke. Sad Jason wasn’t bottom 2. Still, probably final 3 will be Syesha and the Davids.
Received today: Teach Your Child To Read In 100 Easy Lessons. Should be interesting…
Need to go deploy Val’s replacement mattress. So enthusiastic… And have a coffee. Hot enthusiasm. In a cup. Yum!
Deb is impressively vehement in her vociferous loathing of the new 2.5x WordPress admin interface. It’s all very Microsoft. Alternatives?
Off to post office. Maybe a quick stop or 2 besides. Or not. I’ll need to go out tomorrow anyway.
If wheat and eggs are things he’ll be able to eat, that makes the dairy and fruit thing easier to take.
We have reason to suspect the baby may be ok with wheat. That’s a Good Thing. At least it’s not overt/severe.
You’d think I woke up at 4:30 AM or something…
Scanned old docs former colleagues might want. PDF files total 350 MB. Way too big for available space I’d planned online. Doh.
So we’re wondering did someone have it sent to Deb from their rewards account or what.
Mystery: Apparently legit thankyou.com rewards program Amazon $25 gift cert arrived in mail addressed not to name variant on any account.
Nine WordPress upgrades done. Next?
@debnonymous Making sure it’s safe to update Neatly Tangled in a couple minutes…
Tailbone and sleepiness tell me it’s time to step way and do something more physical.
What did they do to the WordPress admin interface? Ouch.
Ironically, the junk mail feature of Vista’s answer to Outlook Express is a reason *not* to use it. Absurd false positive levels.
to call everything that came before "archives" and start clean, while keeping old stuff available. Hmmm…
Torn between hooking up XP box, using it for e-mail, using Vista box for e-mail, or keeping it all on Win2k box. The idea being…
I hate gout.
Case in point, a registration confirmation from something called MyStuff.
I keep signing up for things, then later being like "what was that?" when I find inbox evidence of my prior, forgotten actions.
Organizing e-mail a bit. That’s as good a place to go next as any.
@robmay Panacea? Wasn’t that millions of years ago, before the big breakup? Oh wait, that was Pangaea…
@Pistachio "Just what the truth is, I can’t say anymore."
@margilowry You mean I’ll become Al Gore? John Kerry? *gasp* Even Jimmy Carter? Heck, even GWB? Oh no!