Thursday, March 29, 2007


frustration (n): the feeling that sets in when one decides to install a piece of software and/or make a tiny change to one's desktop or network settings or whatever, in the interest of making some work task "easier", that should theoretically take ten minutes, but in reality takes over two hours (most of which is spent tracking down weird and obscure errors), thus ruining one's perfectly planned morning of writing and revising.


Clyde said...

Oh, god, that happened to me today too :-(.

FemaleCSGradStudent said...

I'm convinced we're living parallel lives this week. I spent three hours yesterday installing a "simple" Eclipse plug-in.

Sorry for your frustration.

Jane said...

It must be a bad week for computers or something! Is there a full moon this week??