A Follow Up
I promise that someday I'll be back to normal blogging that all the folks that read this site all love, but meanwhile, here's an update on things after last night. I went home and tried to get some sleep, got about 90 minutes, but couldn't sleep as my mind was still hanging out here in the office, making me a nervous wreck. At about 6 o'clock, after thrashing around in bed for at least an hour, I finally got up, showered, and drove back into the office.
After a bit of work, I got the server up and running in full (for the most part) this morning. I got everybody printing properly, got most everybody into their e-mail, and setup most folks' preferences. I'm still having some oddball roaming profile issues, mostly from folks who log in from home (anybody want to give me a hand on these? Active Directory whiz, I am not). They can sit and simmer for a bit, however, as they're not critical to the function of things, minus they can't get access to e-mail and other preferences. I'm also having an issue that didn't crop up until I had Citrix on the server: The clock periodically resets itself. Still haven't had time to figure that one out, but am not going to worry about it right now, but if anybody has any random ideas off the top of their head, feel free to share.
I was at the office from about 7:00am until about 10:30 this morning. I then went to Selco to get an auto loan for my new ride (got a nice 4.5% interest rate), and then I went home and slept for about 90 minutes or so, spent some time with the kids, ate something, and now I back at the office, getting the accounting software all setup so that we can get paid this week (figured this would happen during a payroll week). Should be here just about another 30 minutes or so, and then I'm heading out of here and going to bed.
I've already said I'm not going to come to work tomorrow because not am I totally and utterly exhausted, but I think I've caught a bit of my daughter's stomach bug, as I was feeling crappy all day today. Hopefully a good night's sleep will help that a bit.
Back to regular links (and I've got a ton of great submissions) when life is back to normal a bit (what I wouldn't wish to have me cloned so my clone could post the links here, or to have a guest contributor or six).
Meanwhile, there's lots of interesting reading here (even if the date/time stamps are a bit messed up on the thing).