First off, let me say that I’m not a gamer by any means, so this mouse might seem like a bit of overkill for someone like me. It might seem strange for someone who loves their laptop’s touchpad to go out and spend $40 on a mouse, but I had several good reasons.
So why would I go out and spend this much on a mouse? There are a few different reasons. The real reason I got it was work related. My job requires a lot of navigating between different windows along with a lot of copying and pasting while trying to stay on a time table. I wanted something to help make all this easier. This mouse looked like a good way to accomplish that goal and it has exceeded all of my expectations!
Well, it’s been a while since I’ve updated anything, so I figured I might just have to update everyone on my new job. IT ROCKS!!!
I never thought that a call center job would be that good, but this is pretty darn cool! I basically troubleshoot problems that people call in with regarding their T1 or DSL service to figure out if it’s the LEC’s problem, ours, or the customer’s. That part may not seem like too much fun, but it’s actually pretty interesting. I also have a great group of people to work with which makes it even better.
I’m sure glad I went to that job fair!!!
Aside from all sorts of techno-gadgets, I’m also a fan of writing instruments. Even in this age of gel ink and space pens, there’s still something special about fountain pens. I don’t know how to explain it, but they have a certain romance about them and a different feel in the way they write. It’s been a while since I had a fountain pen, so I decided to go out and get one.
I was hitting the “Next Blog” button the other night when I saw this one. I couldn’t stop reading it for a couple of hours! Red6 is the leader of an armor platoon in Iraq and his blog chronicles the events as he saw them in Iraq.
Great job guys! Keep up the good work!
I finally got a job! I’ll be working for a telecommunications company supporting their business DSL service here in Vegas! The pay is pretty good for someone just starting out and the benefits start on the first of next month :-) ! I no longer work at a cash register and I don’t have to worry about looking anymore! Even the dress code is livable – long pants (jeans are OK) and a collared shirt. I’m just so happy!!!!!!!!!!
I got this in an email and I just had to put it in here. I hope you enjoy it!
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