Problem Fixed

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Everything seems to be displaying correctly now. Turned out the problem was a combination of some of the images being slightly too large, and the ads being slightly too large.

Sometimes my life feels like one continuous IT troubleshooting session. I’ve spent a ridiculous amount of time trying to get the computers in the house to talk to various printers on the network–especially the printer on our SMC router/print server. Ay caramba. Plus my PDA went dead last night and had to have everything reloaded. Plus the laptop that lost its video display and is now a desktop plugged into a monitor. So much for portability.

Oh well, I guess we’re better off with these things than without them. Just wish they didn’t rule our lives quite so much.

Now I must get back to work on my new project. More on that in a forthcoming post.

4 Responses

  1. Harry
    | Reply

    Comments work from home, but not from verk where I have a bleeding edge 64-bit system running a bleeding edge beta operating system, etc. so I suspect the problem is not at your end.

    Great to hear the first draft is done. I know it will be a while before it is in print but I’m looking forward to it.

  2. David
    | Reply

    Jeff,

    Try as I may and cannot seem to get through to you via your starrigger email account. I have written several times in the past from Florida but I’m now living in the Boston area. You can contact me at dhbosboom@rcc.mass.edu.

  3. Jeffrey A. Carver
    | Reply

    Harry, thanks for the good wishes! And David, your message got through this time, so I’ll reply by email.

    I appreciate people checking in.

  4. I love crows
    | Reply

    ah, computers. mine went down and i felt as helpless as a sailship with no wind. but i’m old enough to remember when we worked without them–yeah, whole offices and industries! when did i become so helpless?

    Glad you’re back to work.

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