The stuff that gets spammed in blog comments…is just insane. Try this for obscure content you just could not make up to be as nonsensical as it really is.
One of the regular feeds I read is not on Warcraft, it’s about business – and today Peter Bregman on Harvard Business‘s Blog wrote a short great piece on Preparing for the next Downturn. It’s personable, reflective, succinct, and enjoyable.
OK, it is also miles off what I usually blog about, but if you’re connected to a business you might get something out of it. Continue reading
Some random creative lines that are running through my head. Some if this is warcraft-ish, some just observational. The further you read the less responsibility I take for your sanity and my writing. [rant inc]
sunders a raging horde,
never to find peace.
Proudly she walks on,
while adversity abounds.
I stand still amazed.
And lastly something that makes even my sense of sarcasm twinge with political incorrectness: I was chatting in guild a few days ago about the definition of wife. Its one of those guild chat conversations that stays borderline polite, but we’re taking the piss out of each other. When one guys says something like obviously you don’t know the definition of w.i.f.e.
I didn’t know what he was talking about so used the google:define tool to look it up. The 8th result was:
define: wife = A lady who said “I will” and has done so ever since.
…I did warn you. That is just mean. I bet she would say far worse things about her husband. Or perhaps her ex-husband. Reminds me of the Devils Dictionary, as that is pretty subtle.
Being a PM for a website development company, we get all sorts of requests. This is closer to madness that I am used to.
I had a maintenance email from a client who wants us to update a page in their website. Part of the task is to update a link to a new Pdf, which she said was attached to her email.
I open the email and she has attached a Word doc with an embedded image of the pdf, which is open on her desktop. Yep, she viewed the pdf, took a screenshot, pasted it into Word, saved, and sent it to me.
Screenshot it, or it didn’t happen…
Not sure if I should change the link from the old Pdf to the new screenshot. I’m not even sure how I wrote the “you forgot the pdf” email back to them without snarkyness. One challenge at a time.