Wireless Problems…

We’re experiencing some technical difficulties in that our wireless router is on its last leg. It still tries to hop around, but has to take frequent rest breaks to gasp and wheeze. We’re going to try to replace it with a router whose warranty and technical assistance has expired (we bought it and put it on a shelf because those things seem to decide to go out at the worst possible times).

My technical skills ain’t all that, and I have a tendency to dash electronic equipment to death out of frustration. Hopefully SwampMan, being of a more phlegmatic temperment, will do the install. If said router does not work, the site will probably be down for @ four to six weeks until we go about replacing it because everything electronic decided to crap out at once around here!

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  1. 1

    kcduffy said,

    Well…that ain’t good…you have my phone number written somewhere, I hope? Give it to SwampMan to put in HIS phone if you have to! 🙂

    • 2

      swampie said,

      It was a rather lengthy affair that culminated in a successful installation. The problem was that SwampMan was using a password from 2009 that we had changed in 2011.

      • 3

        kcduffy said,

        Yay!

        Duffy has his password written down…someplace…I hope…

        So…eggs? Could come see beautiful downtown Callahan tomorrow – but only time for a quick visit, not 2 hr lunch, I’m afraid…durn the luck…

  2. 4

    swampie said,

    Heh. No, tomorrow’s out–took eggs to mom today, and am taking more to MIL Sunday. Next week sometime! I’ll squeeze the hens and let you know when they produce.

    • 5

      kcduffy said,

      Ok – I don’t blame ’em for not working too hard – this heat is hard on me, too. Kaylee starts Level 2 swim lessons tomorrow, so any time after 0930 works for me!

      It’s pretty out there this morning, but the heat is already oppressive on me…the outdoor cats seem fine with it…

      • 6

        swampie said,

        I slept in this morning…was washing and freezing blueberries until 3 a.m. I started out by washing them individually, minutely inspecting them for spiderwebs, spiders, and stems. A couple hours later, I was inspecting them by double handfuls and deciding that stems are fiber and spiders add protein.

      • 7

        kcduffy said,

        Rinse and freeze. Anything that gets missed has a second chance when you take ’em out to use ’em. Are you selling any of them? (hint-hint)


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