And then apathy set in. I hit a thread on Slashdot regarding Microsoft's latest EULA and HIPAA, and (because sometimes I just don't know when to shut the hell up) ended up reading HIPAA and creating a huge list of points of concern for the boss-man.
While I was working on this masterpiece, I downloaded John The Ripper and started it running, just to see if it'd crack any of the passwords on my system. 2.5 hours and counting, it's discovered 1 out of 5 passwords. The particular account in question needs to be removed anyway. I doubt seriously that it'll crack my personal password. A while back I downloaded and modified easypass.pl, and I use it for my password creations. It creates passwords like:
Sometimes it generates some pretty funny ones. I think I'm on fairly safe ground, password-wise. Nothing's perfect, but those are pretty decent passwords.
For the past week, I have been without Kleenex (aka, tissue) at the office. We have a lady who orders this stuff, and she tells me it should arrive any day now. Still, it's amazing how often a person uses something like tissue. You don't really miss it until it's not there. I kept my empty box on my desk to remind me to ask about it, but I finally threw it away. Without really thinking about it, I'd just reach over to grab one, and my hand would get stuck in the box.
Maybe tomorrow I'll have more energy and can actually get something accomplished. Maybe tomorrow the tissue man will come