Just watched it. Glad you sorted the wireless card out
woohoo Edugeek on teachers TV
Yeah, I liked the sneaky edugeek plug. I wonder if we'll get a lot of new members (again) because of it. :P
Yes it does, loads of them. I will issue the following warning:
"Caution: Contains Apple Macs throughout, not suitable for viewers of an apple disposition."
Just sat down with my cuppa and found out what I'm supposed to be doing when I'm in school
Nice edugeek plug - even if it was the old logo!
I wonder how many teachers actually watch these programmes?
shouldn't that be
not suitable for viewers of an Windows disposition?
How did you manage to stretch the wireless card thing out for a whole day? I commend you on your procrastination skills
Very good though. Thanks for the plug... even if you didn't mention us by name
How false were those teachers
You could almost hear their teeth grinding when they were trying to be nice
A whole day to connect a PC to the network - not long enough dammit!!!! It's way more complicated than that - who filled in the report form? How many days was it lost in the internal mail? You need at least 3 days to prioritise the task and carry out risk assessments
Don't give up the day job
Nice to see a techy program, but surely that PC wifi card issue didn't take that long and abandoning the teacher without a PC on the network isnt right is it?
But well done for being part of it and nice to see Edugeek on show
Was that lady at the beginning actually talking to you on the phone or was she talking to herself? The lady that later couldn't find NI numbers in SIMS.
The lady right at the beginning is hilarious
"Hi I'm in the office and having a problem with my computer" - Which office?!
"Yes I have tried switching it off and on" - Somebody has been watching too much IT crowd!
"Can you come and show me?" - Sure, I'll just drop everything I'm doing to come and sort you out this second...not like I'm busy or anything
If that was someone phoning us and our network manager picked up the phone he would go mental!! (He likes things to be organized and insists staff put support requests through the online support helpdesk)
Where does one find the money for posh ICT suites full of iMacs
Do you actually sit down and meet every morning and go through the list of jobs? Don't you have a help desk solution in place?
Why didn't you punch the guy in the corridor asking for support
Your Macs seemed to be running Boot Camp on Tiger. Are you going to be upgrading them to Leopard any time soon (Since I believe the beta will not let you create any more Boot Camp partitions?) or look at alternative solutions...
My iMac at home is great as I have Leopard and a copy of Parallels then take advantage of the Spaces feature to stick a full screen XP virtual machine in desktop 2 meaning I can switch between OS X and XP in seconds
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