On a normal day most of us find ourselves trying to squeeze in as much as we can in an hour's time just to make sure we have enough time the following hour do fit more tasks. Now I know most of you reading this can probably relate to this scenario but if you can't then you probably fall under the same problem my daughter does. My daughter had a project that needed to be done by the end of this week. Well, most teenagers like to procrastinate - in her case she definitely knows how. With the week half way through she needed some help locating some images that she downloaded but was unable to locate where she put them. She called me in a panic because apparently the teacher wanted the project turned in sooner for early grading. I quickly hopped on my Proxy 2 (PC Remote Access) and began locating her images from work. Within a few minutes I found her images and she was able to turn in her assignment on time. The scenario I just gave you is just one of the many reasons as to why this program helps many when times are tight. Now if I can only turn this life saving moment into a chores reimbursement?
Posted by roman at 9:45 AM
I have been watching the show Prison Break for the last month or so and let me tell you - this show is an awesome one. I never watched an episode before so when I saw that Netflix had all four seasons I was pretty excited. Right from the beginning it's non stop action. If you currently have a Netflix account and are able to watch this show I would recommend you watch it online through your computer, especially if you have a good surround sound hooked up. Trust me when I tell you that this show will keep you entertained and it will constantly keep you guessing what the next move will be.
Came into work this morning and upon doing my usual which consists of feeding the area birds with some of my moldy bread from home I came across the two characters you see to the left. They must of heard that this is the place to go if you are looking for a quick bite to eat. I hope they don't think that I'll be here tomorrow with food for them you know seeing that I have weekends off and all. I'll keep you posted on this small adventure.
Posted by roman at 9:57 AM