Finally Back on the Grid

For one week our Internet service was down, yet another reminder that we live in a third-world country where some things are somewhat advanced, but some things, like customer technical support, is still lacking. We were told that they were making some improvements to our service. It was working great before--here's an idea for an improvement, if it's not broken, don't fix it. All in all I can't complain too much, it only costs about $14 a month for high speed Internet, and I am able to share it wirelessly between our two Powerbooks.

So how about this weather? It is actually cold at night. It feels like back to school weather in September, or early Spring weather. I never thought I would be this cold (outside a movie theater) here in the Philippines. We are enjoying it while we can, in March someone flips a switch and goes back up to high humidity and tropical heat.