This was one of the main reasons for getting our own service, was not to have to rely on the business available wi-fi. Now I need to find out how to get hold of Charter Customer Service and have them address the issue.
Charter Terms and Conditions.
We signed up for the service three weeks ago, and waited the 18 days for our install date. All was well, Charter took our money and we signed and agreed to all of the terms and conditions. However we continue to get internet pop up screens which interfere with the browsing experience. Again, a Charter #FAIL.
This will be a continuing story, so check back as I’ll update as any progress is made.
My earliest memory? It would be growing up in Suffield, Connecticut.
We lived in a house on a bit of land, as I remember from the pictures. I remember riding my tricycle on the drive. I remember sitting at the table on the screened in porch between the house and garage eating meals during the nice days of New England summers.
I remember having the mumps and in the mid-1950’s, this was still dangerous. I had to spend time in away from others, which isn’t fun when you’re little.
That’s about it for my early memories. How about you?
I’m going to leave this here. I’d rather the political discussions be about our Constitution and the other important issues of the day, rather than the school lunchroom buffoonery that has been going on since last October.
Yes, you read correctly, that the unemployment rate in Bayfield County, Wisconsin is at 10.8% for February 2016. While the number brings the issue into perspective, the lack of jobs in the area is not lost on the local politicians nor on local residents.
I had the pleasure of attending a local, League of Women Voters, candidate forum earlier this week. It is said that all politics is local, and this meeting certainly held true to the statement. I arrived a bit closer to the starting time of the event and was pleasantly surprised to see more than two dozen vehicles parked outside the local church where the event was being held.
The forum featured the two candidates for city council and the two candidates running for Mayor. Questions were solicited from the gathered locals. Questions were written down and then asked by the moderator.
While the focus of city council and the Mayor are a bit different, many of the questions were germane to both sets of candidates. Question topics included:
The need for more silent sports. (I needed to look this up.)
The local Architectural Review Board
The need for housing for both millennials and Seniors.
Seeking grants for local projects.
Getting the organization Core involved in projects.
The local area not wanting to become another Door County.
Yes, it’s St. Patrick‘s Day. No, I’m not wearing green, and our ground and trees are covered in snow.
An interesting email today from LinkedIn. Apparently LinkedIn had a security breach. Who knew. So after doing some investigating, I changed my password with them. I must confess that LinkedIn isn’t a site that I check regularly. I go there when I get some notification emails that someone is looking at my profile.
How about you? How often to you check in on LinkedIn?
Dana is spot on with her commentary and questions. This is a must watch for those on both sides of the issue. Even better are the questions raised. Why aren’t these questions being asked of our elected officials?
Can anyone tell me with a straight face, why the press is continuing to generate these crying stories? Given the numbers of people all chiming in on this display, one would bet the impression that this is the most important issue facing our country. I thought last week it was climate control, or possibly gun control.
There, in my view doesn’t appear to be a clear winner or app that a majority of folks are using. Many are quick to introduce or sing the praises to the latest and most promoted messaging app. Like many I’ve downloaded them to see what all the hype is all about. As of this writing, nothing has continued to stay in my apps.
Not unlike the phone service, does the messaging app arena need some consolidation and thereby some much-needed improvement?