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August 27th, 2003
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I swear I wrote a journal entry Monday or Tuesday or both

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From:netmouse
Date:August 27th, 2003 04:27 am (UTC)
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silly me. I couldn't see Tuesday's post because I wasn't logged in... I had made it a friends only post because I though chatter about details of cleanng the house were a bit personal and possibly embarrasing. Oh well.

I look forward to when livejournal stops randomly logging me out.
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From:bjorng
Date:August 27th, 2003 04:49 am (UTC)
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Yeah, it logs me out like that too, despite my incessantly telling it to leave me logged in forever. I haven't explored it (and I'm not in a position to do it right now) but I think it may be due to the cookie lifetime, so it may be easy to fix by hacking the cookie cache.

I'm sorry to hear you feel that way about your work. While that level of patience is an important life skill, that isn't the best way to develop it. Work life is such a big part of your daily existence. It should be something that keeps you engaged, not just a way to mark time. (Even the best jobs have more than enough of that in them, from what I've seen.)

I know you initially made a long-term commitment to that workplace, but if you feel that way abou it you should look to make a change.
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From:netmouse
Date:August 27th, 2003 05:04 am (UTC)
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I know you initially made a long-term commitment to that workplace, but if you feel that way abou it you should look to make a change.

nod. Rhonda was looking for a long-term commitment, but Bill and I really (really) need for me to get a job that pays better and has at least health benefits. I am looking and open to suggestions. I need to update my portfolio area and have recently reworked a couple of my resumes.

I am looking in the following areas:

Public relations, public policy

computer help, documentation, testing & QA

interface design, user testing, business analysis, systems analysis and design

research and design in general

editing and proof reading

web design, teaching, consultancy

event planning, project management, administration

It seems like a lot of the computer jobs I do see posted are short-term contracts, and that's not what I'm looking for.
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