Anyhow, we found a local dish/aerial outfit that can come and have a look but not before Saturday. Since they'll have signal meters and things, I figure it's easier for them to sort it. I don't even have a compass.
Work is pissing me off. Not a lot to do at the moment. I could go back and get all the design documentation up to date and neat but does that really sound like fun?
I've probably whinged before on this, but it's my view that if you're writing "business objects" then they and they alone should interact with your storage (especially writing). Once you start pumping data into the DB directly then you're bypassing all this logic which you've carefully (maybe) captured and implemented. A quick browse through ClearQuest indicates that about 90% of serious problems in the last month have been caused by pumping data directly into the DB which doesn't quite fit the business objects. Including this morning's brown-trouser event.
I could write at length on the subject, but it would be dull.
Mrs. H. is having increasing problems with her foot. It's an athritis thing caused by ballroom dancing when younger (yes, really) and spending more time standing (as a teacher) isn't helping. She had an X-ray yesterday and is waiting for results. Apparently they can do a toe replacement these days.
I think I need cheering up.
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