In virtually every other context, I *like* vampires…
11/10: Everyone here has a function, although with certain individuals one has to use an active imagination to figure out what that is.
11/9: Ms. Trellis was fine with being rid of Autocorrect as an employee, so everyone ended happy. The important part was getting Autocorrect’s pledge to behave. I hate to say it but she needed this lesson in order to be a trusted friend.
11/8: None of these words are in her approved database, so she doesn’t know what to do with them and is contractually bound from changing them.
11/7: Poor Autocorrect. I was afraid of this, and it’s going to drive her to supreme frustration.
11/6: Nobody wants the Autocorrect to go berserk again, most of all her. We just want her to stay within comfortable boundaries.
11/5: Things are back to normal, including my tats. That was scary, and it underscores the importance of keeping Autocorrect in line.
11/4: ARRGH! Autocorrect, I *meant* to change my name! (On the plus side, the cartoonist actually drew some of my tattoos for once.)
11/3: Working under Ms. Trellis significantly increases the Degree of Difficulty factor.
11/2: Some things change; the need for individual outlets in a techie world does not.