Ho-ho, what a clumsy idiot!
This was the evening when a technology-related stuff went wrong.
- SETI@home is unable to connect to the server. How am I supposed to find ET whitout a server connection, eh?
- My username and password for the university intranet is suddenly being refused by the server.
- The license I’m using for CLUE, a great dictionary, expired today, and the program is refusing to start.
- I was going to burn a CD for Klas with pictures from the Brazil-trip, but I realized that I don’t have a copy of the CD myself. I burned and sent almost 20 copies around the country, but forgot one for myself. And that’s pretty damn stupid of me.
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