Friday, August 12, 2011

Internet Non Connectivity

Our internet is down. Equipment failure. They have a service call in but we're not sure when they'll be coming by. I'm at the library for the moment with my laptop just to indicate here that I'll be largely off line until the problem is resolved. We live in the country so it's a 20+ minute drive to get to a place with wireless capability. I'll return to visiting everyone's blogs as soon as possible.
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16 comments:

Merisi said...

I hope they help you get online again soon.

Deka Black said...

Indeed,. i hope it too. But. while you wait, i hope you write a ton of stuff and the academic work load is light.

Tom Doolan said...

What Deka said.

Issa's Untidy Hut said...

Meantime, lovin' the library, Charles.

The Golden Eagle said...

I hope your Internet connection is up and running soon!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Bummer! Tell them to snap to it and get your internet fixed.

Oscar said...

Must be the solar flares. The TV was off for a short while with satellite problems.

David J. West said...

Hang in there, I'm sure you'll persevere and maybe even get some writing done without the distractions.

laughingwolf said...

rats!

i was offline, cuz of the move, for about a month... it nearly drove me nuts! [i know, it's an addiction]

hope it's resolved, quickslike, charles...

oceangirl said...

i'm the one who have not visited you in a while. i'll read some of your old posts. take care charles.

Dionne Charlet said...

Absolute irony. I am writing you from a rig-nifiant netbook that will likely fail before I can tell you how mesmerized I am by Midnight in Rosary - laptop power cord collapse has been keeping me from asking for a chat. Phone would be great!

David Cranmer said...

I've known that feeling, Charles.

Barbara Martin said...

Happens to me too. Sometimes the links are down. But, then it is Mercury Retrograde: that time when communications tend to fail.

Travis Erwin said...

That sucks but perhaps it will lead to a boon in productivity for you.

Ron Scheer said...

Welcome back to the 1980s...

Charles Gramlich said...

Thanks, everyone. Back online finally.