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Journal Jerry Smith's Journal: career move 2

Having worked in a school as a servicedesk-employee, after the holidays I'll start a job as teacher in MediaTechnology to 17+-yr olds. Already for the last 3 months I've filled a position there, to add a 'tech' odour to the classes, and it appears they appreciate it. Oh well. And the G3 had been replaced by a G4 1gHz, so that problem has been solved. Still not installed Ubuntu though. BSD is very likeable too, pretty live-cd's..
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  • From your bio, I gather that you've not had mod points for a while. I had not had any since March or April of 2003, until about two weeks ago. I'm not sure what changed, though I have been reading a bit less here. On the other hand, it's not the first time that the amount of reading I do here has declined. Anyway, I just thought I'd mention it.
    • From your bio, I gather that you've not had mod points for a while. I had not had any since March or April of 2003, until about two weeks ago. I'm not sure what changed, though I have been reading a bit less here. On the other hand, it's not the first time that the amount of reading I do here has declined. Anyway, I just thought I'd mention it.

      Well, good to hear that there still is hope for me! :) I've looked into the modpoint-mystery a bit and it also seems that, when in meta-moderation, if one actually reads beyond the comment and clicks through to the original article and the context, chances on modpoints increase. Fair enough: it somehow shows one's willing to look into the details before judging. One of these these I'll metamoderate again, and skip drinking from the firehose instead. Cheers!

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