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Jon Freeman De-clutter & Fitness in a Pandemic: 2021 (1224* d) RE: De-clutter & Fitness in a Pandemic: 2021 30 Jul 21


Drs appointments here (at least with my GP's practice) are hard to get. You can get held in a phone queue for ages and then will probably have to go through the practice nurses before agreeing its a GP you want. Covid has made things more difficult but I think there is a basic problem that they are overloaded...

With my history of drink problems, music hasn't always produced a positive response for me. I don't get out now but an answer to "what do you enjoy" being "I like going to the pub to play in an Irish session" can take a bit of reasoning! Sidetracking a bit, I've hardly picked up an instrument in the last couple of months.

More tech babble: But it's still wet and Iíve been playing with openwrt. Iím not sure Iím right but think Iíve turned an unused rasp pi2 and a spare wi-fi dongle to work like access point I have running in client mode (to connect the wired only camera in dad's bed room where I donít have or want to run the wired LAN) and a TP Link wifi-router into a multi SSID vlan supporting AP (itís own firmware was more limited) which could serve as a spare for the wireless network here. It took me ages (the hardest part was finding that relayd provided the solution I wanted for the pi) but gave me something to think (and get confusedÖ) about and I donít suppose potential drop in replacements like this are bad things to have from idle objects.


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