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330 in the AM's my phone goes off. Ping, Ping every 5 minutes a ping or less. I cannot tell. My sleepy state is trying to figure out where it is even coming from.
Turns out Microsofty and Samsung NoNotes is trying to move from Samsung storage to OneDrive. at 330am.
I did NOT schedule this. I knew it was happening before Jan 31. I figured I would get some message at like 2pm in the after and dismiss it for a week. But not 330am
I could not silence my phone!, I could not dismiss the message. It required me to take care of the signon linkage between samsung cloud and onedrive RIGHT NOW!
My wife is not happy, the dog is not happy. I seriously want this persons name and number. I will call them for the next year at 330am every freaking day. Or whatever time is 330am for their sleep! I want them!
Who the heck thought that was a good idea?
To err is human to really mess up you need a computer
I have so many little gadgets running right now, wires everywhere, blinking lights, etc. I feel like one of those people in the old hackers movies where they're sitting in a dark room in front of a screen and surrounded by all kinds of ridiculous looking equipment.
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Yes! At one point a couple years ago I had 4 Beaglebones, a bunch of router equipment (still have that), a test box that my client had put together with lots of blinky lights and buttons, and other blinky/noisy equipment -- the bill acceptor was the noisiest. It was great fun!
It's funny how laymen (laypersons/laypeople?) think that the flashing lights are integral to the computer running software.
I used to work for an aircraft manufacturer in the mainframe days and the Computer Room Manager brought a gaggle of military brass hats around for a tour. As he was extolling the power and capacity of the computers, indicating the rows of orange boxes (ICL mainframes) and so on, he noticed that the entire gaggle was ignoring was he was indicating and instead were fascinated by a large array of lights and dials upon one wall. They were muttering things like, "Very impressive" and "Looks powerful" while gazing at the array.
The lights and dials on the wall were indicators for the air conditioning and power supplies!
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