Thursday, April 19, 2007

In Trouble

Norman Island, one of the British Virgin Islands. Photo by Bareboat Charters Ltd.
I’ve just had a mild reprimand at work.
My crime?
Having several passwords pinned to the partition. Nothing major or fun that would require H.R (Human Remains) and a senior manager to be woken from his slumber, but a crime none the less.
My defence was pretty weak – the passwords were for a test system, and in any case one of them was several months out of date.
I got off with an apology and a promise not to do it again. Honest, mate.
Come to think of it, it's a great pity that we don’t have access to the live system, because if we did a Mr. Smith would be typing this from a beach bungalow somewhere in the British Virgin Islands.
And the crime would be considerably bigger. Heh heh heh.


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