Archive for March, 2005

referrers

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005

You know, I can read google referrers. ;-)

Highlander Hybrid (you absolutely suck Toyota)

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Today I got a note from Toyota announcing that their Highlander Hybrid is now on sale and will be ready for delivery in June. That is the good news.

However, I did receive a completely nasty surprise to find out that the low end 4×4 Highlander will cost a whopping $34,430. Yup, you read that right. As compared to the base Highlander which cars.com is quoting me a starting MSRP of $25,680.

So, even figuring the $2,000 tax incentive that we’d have this year to purchase a hybrid car, we’re still talking a car that would cost me at least $32K, which is ridiculous - hybrid or not.

I am beyond consolation. Toyota screwed up on this one.

ok

Sunday, March 27th, 2005

Just who is googling me? I can see you in my logs…. :-P

Update: They have been outed. That is all.

I hate creating databases for other people.

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2005

I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people.
I hate creating databases for other people….cause I can’t anticipate how they will use it.

Just take a wild guess at a recent project of mine. Rubbing salt into the wounds is that even though I taught computer classes for over 5 years, I have nearly forgotten all of my Access and MSSQL knowledge. Oh, and I’m coming to the conclusion that Access 97 is just simpler.

curiosity kills the cat

Tuesday, March 1st, 2005

OK, I give up…just who is the OS X lovin’ Comcast user near me who is reading my blog?