God grant you the serenity to accept the things you cannot change, the courage to change the things you can and the fortune to have little need for either. Some things exist just to make your life easier. Hope you get yours soon.
Your tool of the month is the MacBook Pro.
It seemed a simple enough task, so you gave it to someone else to do! You thought that a few hints and tips would be enough to set them in the right direction – but now you come to look at it, you realise that hidden underneath the simplicity was a right can of worms, which they’ve happily opened up and tipped back onto your desk. Messy.
Your word of the month is lumbricide.
We started with drums and beacon fires, moved on to mail and semaphore and eventually developed the radio. Now the internet provides the ultimate in communication. Pity the signal-to-noise ratio is so low! Still, with sites like FaceBook and MySpace, you too can ensure that the web is a better place for having you in it. If you get the chance, send me zombie blood.
Your pub of the month is Styx, Bangalore.
You know you’re too busy when you get off the plane and get onto the phone; get off of the phone and get on with the job; get off to a good start and get on with the new guy. With all this getting on and getting off, it’s hardly surprising you’ve forgotten something. If only you could remember what it was!
Your quote of the month is:
Footfalls echo in the memory
Down the passage which we did not take
Towards the door we never opened