My week of Monday 13 to Sunday 19 January 2014 was a little less productive than planned, but I did knock off a couple of items about Net Neutrality.
The productivity plunge was largely down to me changing medication for depression. It’s always a bit of a roller coaster ride as you change from one drug to another, lasting a week or more, and this was no exception. Looking ahead in time to the present, though, I’m thinking we may have gotten it right this time. Fingers crossed.
But my mood was also hit by a potential technical disaster. I knocked my MacBook Pro off the table once too often, and instead of the MagSafe plug popping out of the power socked as it should have, it jammed — and the plug itself was torn in half.
I stressed and stressed and stressed — until I realised I had access to a spare power adapter and, using that, discovered that the computer still worked as it should. Big sigh of relief.
- Net neutrality and why the internet might have just changed forever, Crikey, 16 January 2014.
I also wrote an op-ed on Sunday afternoon, but since it wasn’t published until Monday it’ll appear in next week’s wrap.
- On Thursday I spoke about Net Neutrality on ABC Radio National Breakfast.
None. But it’ll definitely start flowing again soon.
[Photo: I’m sure it isn’t meant to look like this, showing the accumulated damage to my MacBook Pro on 13 January 2014.]
2 Replies to “Weekly Wrap 189: Net Neutrality, damage and drugs”
Hope your change of depression meds works. I tried getting off mine last year and nearly drove everyone around me and myself nuts. Not depressed, just manic as all hell. I decided it wasn’t worth the pain, and started the drugs again.
@Melissa: Thanks for your kind thoughts.
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