Hectic Days

It is a very busy period — as any other year before summer — and it just happens that this time I also have to keep the shop all by myself for a few months so, basically, I’m twice as busy as I can handle… Hence the “hectic” in the title :)

What I’m actually trying to say is that — to all who expect e-mails from me — I have received all your messages, I have read them and done anthing I were supposed to, but I just haven’t managed yet enough time to send replies to you. Rest assurred that I will get back to you as soon as possible; I also hate having to wait too long for a reply and I’m doing my best not to make anybody wait too long for mine, but I can only do so much in one day and I’m forced, for a while, to reply in a “urgent/not urgent” order, as opposite to the chronological order everyone else does.

I apologies and I promise that I will contact you as soon as I can!

I will also try to update the calendar more often… as in “in optimum time” :)

This one goes not to my clients, but to those to whom I am a client.

If the only way you can accept payments is by credit cards, you ought to make sure my credit card info is not getting stolen!
“Stolen”, as in “stolen a couple of days ago”, hence the need to cancel my card and use cash until the new one is sent to me…

And, just a thought, but you might just want to stop using Windows (both as your computers and as the server software) when you handle delicate data like people’s private information… you fucking monkeys!

2 thoughts on “Hectic Days”

  1. I have also been hectically busy; always happens to me during April it seems.

    Oh my goodness!!! You won’t believe how much crap I have gone though with some IIS servers the last while. Microsoft, with both IE and IIS, is one of the biggest frustrations in my career as a professional web developer.

    I mean, IIS is so totally messed up. Everything takes 10 times as long to get working, if you get them working at all. It doesn’t even have any real equivalent to htaccess files. It’s not just insecure; it’s a total waste of time. I honestly don’t have a clue why anybody would want to run a Windows server…

    Anyway, let me stop ranting for now. Keep well. :)

  2. You’re right about that, it’s a mistery why would anyone want to use a shitty Windows server… I guess masochism has many faces :)

    I’m glad to hear you’re busy, Charl!
    I mean, it might be tough and frustrating and everything, but it also means that the stuff you do is well done and people are asking for it.
    So keep up the good job, man, I’m pretty sure it’ll be worth the effort!

    Still in the middle of the hectic ocean here, nothing changed and —by the look of the big red appointment book— it doesn’t give any sign it’ll change anytime soon :)

    I can’t even take phone calls anymore doing the day… But my answering machine rules, so I think I’m covered for now :)

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