Diary of a Network Geek

The trials and tribulations of a Certified Novell Engineer who's been stranded in Houston, Texas.


What Am I Today?

Filed under: Apple,Geek Work,GUI Center,Life, the Universe, and Everything,MicroSoft,Ooo, shiny...,Personal — Posted by the Network Geek during the Hour of the Rooster which is in the early evening or 6:11 pm for you boring, normal people.
The moon is Waxing Crescent

Good question.
First of all, I’m talking about work, not my personal life. So, no, you may not speculate on what kind of degenerate, misogynistic, low-life I am. Besides, there are already plenty of bottom-feeders who are doing that. No, now that I’m a on-man IT department again, I wear a lot of hats.
Last week, I was a data security officer, a helpdesk, a Microsoft Excel Developer, a graphics designer, a server administrator and a web master. This week, so far, I have been a helpdesk, a Macintosh administrator, a server administrator and a web master. But, it’s only Tuesday.

Oh, I also had a rather uncomfortable teleconference hearing with the Texas Workforce Commision regarding my requested benefits. Still waiting to see if I’m going to get that one week of unemployment or not. Good thing I didn’t need it, eh? But, I have to say, the entire hearing process was, well, really, er, “icky”. No matter what some people may have said about me in the past, I really don’t like confrontational situations like that. I can handle them, and handle them well, I might add, but I don’t really like them. Just something that I have to do from time to time. One of the many things I don’t like that I have managed to do well at anyway. Of course, I’ll have to wait and see how well I really did this morning, but I think it went well.

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