You don’t love me anymore – I am saying this cz I noticed a sudden drop in the number of e-mails I get in my personal inbox. All I get is the subscribed e-mails. Why don’t you send me a note sometime 🙂 I still love you; I just don’t have internet connection at home. But if you e-mail me, I promise I will reply to it as soon as I can.
This is the second time I have lost my blog draft (final draft) just cz I wasn’t smart enough to save it. It is pretty darn annoying! Why do I even use Notepad to draft my blogs? And while I write this, what do I see? I am using notepad again. Wait let me switch to MS Word. OK. So when I say notepad, I am not talking about the old plain notepad; instead, I am talking about notepad++. Which is pretty cool. You can paste your plain text and it formats the test in your chosen language (programming language that is, like java, C, C++, C#, VB, XML or any other language you can think of). I just use the plain text setting for blogs. Plus of doing this is that there is no carry over formatting to the blogger. You will know what I am talking about if you try pasting something from word to blogger.
Did I mention about this hilarious e-mail that I sent to a client? I wrote (text changed):
I can’t reproduce the problem on our domain. We might have to come up with a work around. I fyou want, call me and we can discuss this.
This is what happens when you don’t proof your e-mails. I didn’t realize this until a coworker pointed this out. ALWAYS double check your e-mails, before you hit the send button.
This Sunday, I watched ‘London Dreams’ – ridiculously ridiculous rubbish! Anyways, so in the theater bathroom, I met with an accident (actually my phone did). It slipped from my hand, fell on the rim of the commode, and broke in three pieces – front, battery and the back cover. The front part fell on the ground and the battery and the back cover went down the flush right in front of my eyes. Now you know why I use a cheap phone. Good thing, I had an extra phone at home 🙂
Can’t wait for this day/week to get over!