You know what it’s like. Deadline looms, you’re stressed out, you think you might not make it, you might not bag that interview unless you put in dozens of calls, you might not be able to make sense of the shorthand. And while all that’s going on you’re also subbing two pages of a newspaper. And then IT turn up and decide it’s a good time to clamber on your desk and replace everyone’s computers. Strange, strange people, although I’m rather happy to now have a keyboard that’s not jammed up with toast and remnants of sausage and tomato sandwiches.
Home IT update: One million computer users were hit by the Sasser virus at the weekend. And don’t I bloody know it. I was one of ’em.