Neil (nt) wrote,
Neil
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Monday

I got to work this morning and my computer wouldn't turn on. The power supply had died. There were no entertaining pyrotechnics, either. It just lay there, inert. We have plenty of computers available, but all in different offices and none of them with my software installed. So it was a little inconvenient, but by mid-afternoon the power supply had been replaced and I was back in business.
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