How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


::phew:: That almost was bad. NetMeeting + our router = problems, even with port fowarding; instead I borrowed ben's computer and took everything off of the network. And went straight through the cable modem- except oh! When I went to point my site out to her, guess what! It wasn't on the network anymore.

Faugh. I emailed her the link, with an explanation of the site, the process, etc. She wanted another example of my CF experience on top of that. I pointed her to New Horizons, where I taught CF with blazing honors.

All in all, I think I've shown enough gumption, courage, to get my foot in the door with Brett Spodak.

I'll find out within the week.

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