Using your phone at work? REPORTED!
Without it you'd have to stay in contact by snail mail...?
A sore point. Last year we were told to sign a declaration that we wouldn't use our phones at work.
As we need to use smartphones to keep on top of the job we're not about to give them up, but some people did sign. I refused on the grounds that it's MY phone for which I pay the bill so it's up to ME how I use it.
My boss wan't impressed but I didn't care. He was like *'sigh* FFS, Scargy!'
He is a nice boss.
I sent Shady a private message on 1st Feb asking if she was ok, but I haven't had a response.Came to this thread to see if Shady's absence had been noted and I see others have indeed noticed it. Hope she is OK.
Good to know.Just a note to say we have been in touch with Shady (on a technical matter, we rarely stalk people just for not logging in regularly) and she's fine.
With luck, she'll call in before too long.
He isn't 'with us' in the sense of being an active member, but we have no reason to believe that he has left the land of the living.Sorry if this a dim question is Rynner still with us? I did enjoy reading his posts over the years
Oh dear that's a shame and thanks for the updateHe isn't 'with us' in the sense of being an active member, but we have no reason to believe that he has left the land of the living.
The short reason why is that he was against our attempts to reform the board; indeed he took it personally.
I wish he hadn't.
His last post is here:
So you looked and collapsed the wave function?After interesting and courteous PMs we have reached an understanding and I am DELIGHTED to announce that @Schrodinger's Zebra is returning!
She isn't "staying" because she didn't flounce off. She left properly and it's only because she very kindly picked up and read my PM that she is back.
Which is wonderful!
It also occurs to me that being Schrodinger's Zebra she is adept at both being here and not being here with striped elegance.
No, I believe it can be argued that the word 'fewer' would only apply if We were all just numeric quantities. The departure of some might be said to make us fewer, the loss of others will make us collectively-less.It's "not fewer"!