Looks like Day 129…
Abandoned Christmas tree watch begins! Turns out tree pickup here was December 31 — a date which even caught me by surprise as my own tree went uncollected yesterday. I’ve already dealt with mine, but we’ll be following a few gems like this one over the next few weeks as they turn the most delightful shade of brown.
It really is the most wonderful time of the year.
Finished testing about a dozen laptops for Forbes and I reinstall Windows at the end of the process each time.
If I have to hear “A little sign-in here, a touch of Wi-Fi there…” one more time I’m going to end it all.
This guy at the gym is insistent that he does not have an account or a password on Amazon, although he “uses Amazon Prime every day.”
“I JUST DON’T HAVE A PASSWORD, OK?”
Many promised fixes online, but this is the one that works. Just leaving this solution here for posterity: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4410910
“What I did was to rename the file called conflicts.synconflicts I renamed it to conflictsold.synconflicts the .synconflicts is the extension so you can’t rename that. I then restarted my computer, opened iTunes and connected my iPhone.
OS(C:) Users/(USER NAME)/AppData/Roaming/Apple Computer/SyncServices/Local/conflicts/conflicts.synconflict”
Actually you don’t even need to restart.
All my local trees have vanished, but in San Francisco yesterday I saw no less than 3 roadside Christmas trees slowly browning away. Will capture photos on my next endeavor.
I am heading out for a territory visit tomorrow morning through Friday this week.
Please respond back with one of these options (just trying to make this easy for you).
- I want to meet to discuss HubSpot options while you are here.
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If you want to book a meeting with me you can here- https://app.hubspot.com/meetings/apowell
Hope to hear back!
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These tips are all super-practical!
Alas, the tree is gone, chopped up and put in the very compost bin that once stood as its impromptu tree stand. We thank you for your service, and look forward to another slow death in 2018.