|A||_||Download my mail|
|A||_||Download Ruby book|
|A||X||Type in all the speaker feedback|
|A||X||Follow up with all the attendees|
|A||X||Clear mail block|
I can't get into IBM's VPN, which makes it difficult to work on the prototype, so my schedule will have to slip. I don't want to recalculate all the dates. And it's annoying, still not being *sure* what I'm doing or why I'm doing it...
I felt frustrated by my continued lack of a good working environment. Unreliable wireless access means that working online is a pain. I can't even fetch my mail because a large message is blocking the rest of the downloads. Every time I try deleting the message, my network connection times out.
I want to work on my thesis. I want to feel like I'm making progress. I want to spend time with my family and friends, too, but I can't enjoy that as much if I don't feel that I'm doing well. I'd like to be able to focus on what I need to do, and then look forward to spending time with them when we're all ready to enjoy spending time together.
I talked to my dad. He listened to my frustrations and set about solving whatever he could. They're tracking an Ethernet cable to my room. I will probably be based here more than Alabang because I need to work, and I need to be able to choose what to do. This morning's traffic was frustrating. The Alabang house is not a bad house, but I'd rather be downtown.
So we'll see. I think I'll postpone all of my hanging out until next week. I *really* need to set up for work first. If I don't have that, it's harder for me to hang on to being happy and to resist other tensions.
My first problem: unreliable Internet access. The Internet is slow for everyone because the ISP still hasn't fully recovered from the earthquake, but this is aggravated by low wireless link quality. We're fixing that. Solved the wireless part by running a cable into my room (hooray fake ceilings!). DSL is still down, but at least I don't have to worry about wireless link quality, and I can stay in an airconditioned room.
Will plan on my secret research plan page.
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