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I am sitting in a Ghost Ship today we were told to work from home today, at half past nine pm. Via 'Teams', fine but I was told off for using a non-secure machine to access the company network. I was on the list for a laptop but it hasn't arrived yet... So I couldn't see the message, so I came to work!
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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This whole thing is a bit of a comedy of errors and a bit of a wake up.
We figured that we, of all organisations, could work from home and not even notice the change (except for Brigitta's pizza runs). But suddenly we find VPN access isn't working for one person. Another is having Zoom issues. Laptops are now as scarce as toilet paper (and nowhere near as soft and pliant). State bodies looking to get an edge are going to have a field day sniffing around all these exposed and poorly setup connections.
One interesting thing is seeing the natural work day drift by a few hours, and in both directions. Some are working earlier than usual, some switching to a late (late!) morning start and going through till the wee hours. Way more civilised.
Look for dubstep on YouTube and play a couple of samples. I think you'll agree her music shares"that vibe"...but what makes her unique is mixing it up with violin - not an instrument most expect to hear in this type of electronic music.
Interesting. I never knew that CP would be of interest to people in the laundry business. You learn something new every day...
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