Why is it that when you are under the most pressure at work with deadlines, projects and important tasks that the computer ghouls come out? They pick the exact time–crunch time to crash your workstation, lose valuable information or documents, or access to the internet. Last night that happened to me.
Even though I screamed for our IT company to come rescue me (and they did I might add at 8:30 pm. Thank you Mike at Remote Techs) I don’t understand why the wireless server had to go out now. Just before High Holy Days. The choir is practicing with the Cantor in the sanctuary, the Ritual Committee was assigning honors in the Conference Room and I was waiting for the repair man.
It used to be before the holy days I could count on people getting sick and having lots of hospital visits or God-forbid a funeral or two to get in the way of sermon writing and preparations. But now it is the computer ghouls.
Out out damn ghouls. If I believed in exorcism then perhaps there might be preventative ones for electronica! But I guess you need a priest for that not a rabbi.
So if you have any suggestions to chase away the computer ghouls so I can safely work during this Jewish crunch season. I am open.
Ghouls be gone!