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Day of Chaos, Part 1

Friday morning at work started with me scotch taping the following note on every teacher’s door in our school district…


Last night there was a catastrophic hardware failure in the server room. Any and all documents are NOT available. I started restoring from backups at 4AM, but there are over 8 million files (really), and it will take many hours to restore. Until the server has been restored, I’ve managed to get the following working:

•Logging into thin clients ONLY to log into Windows. (Linux apps don’t work)
•Teacher attendance, SDS, Internet, email, and printing work in Windows
•Internet, email, and printing work on Macs

If you try to create and save a document, it will fail.

I realize this is an incredible hindrance to teaching – but believe me I’m doing everything I can to get the file server back up and running as quickly as possible.


Are you one of those people that likes change? It’s funny, judging by my personality, I seem like the kinda guy that doesn’t like change. However, I find myself quite the opposite.

Do you like to rearrange your office/bedroom/livingroom/etc? Do you crave catastrophes at work, just so that it’s something new and fresh? Much to my surprise, *I* do. I’m almost embarrassed to admit that I just (today in fact) really realized that. Yet as I look back at my past, I see evidence like crazy!

Take this blog for instance. While it’s new, I have a passion to post. Then, other things seem to be more important and I seem to have less time to blog. I really think it’s because it’s not “new” anymore. How childish of me! I didn’t realize until I was excited about the blog AFTER I revamped it.

Maybe that knowledge will help me understand myself a little more. We’ll see. 🙂

So tell me — do you find yourself motivated by change?