Did something happen? I mean, I’m only asking because everything seems to be a bit crap with stuff online at the moment.
The internet is slow (ok, so no change there), my ifollow app didn’t want me to watch Sheffield United playing yesterday*, logins aren’t working, the latest update of the Jetpack plugin on WordPress is clearly borked, my Gmail had a wobble on Friday and still hasn’t really recovered.
That sort of thing.
And it’s not just here at 6000 Towers – I have had reports from others troubled by similar issues both in Cape Town and further afield.
Nothing major. Nothing huge or life-threatening. It’s all just a bit iffy.
And all really irritating.
But I can’t really lay the blame for this solely on the internet: there are a million** small to medium jobs that need attending to around the house as well.
Equally minor. Equally irritating.
This weekend marks a bit of a watershed in my life. I’ll likely elaborate on that more in a future post or seventeen, but I’m hopeful that these minor issues can now be sorted, one by one.
Still, the trouble with making plans to address these things is that some sort of priority system needs to be implemented if there’s to be any sort of meaningful progress. That system needs to be based on not just how urgent the task is, but also how annoying it is not having it done, how long it’s going to take to complete, whether or not it can run concurrently with other stuff, and whether it’s something I can do myself or whether it’s something that I have to rely on others to fix.
Thus, even making the list is a fairly difficult process. But without it, nothing will get done, and so that is priority number one.
I might get around to it tomorrow.
* still, ain’t no win like a 93rd minute win. 🙂
** this is clearly a ridiculous exaggeration.