I don’t know why, but it’s been 2 days and I still can’t access my Yahoo! account by using any other protocol than Yahoo!Messenger itself (or the web-messenger approach). All this time, I’m quite fond with pidgin the multi-protocol IM since I can access multiple instant messenger account at the same time. But now, I only use it for my MSN and GTalk account.
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Do Yahoo! has stopped giving support for the other products to access the system? Since I also have tried other IM application (eBuddy from my cellphone) and it doesn’t work either.
This is a basic explanation regarding domain and hosting, and I will come up with my favorit analogy along with it.
I knew I haven’t mentioned anything regarding what do I DO for LIVING, in this new blog of mine. And if you feel curious about it, alright I’ll tell you. I’m a web programmer, a system analyst, a network administrator.. and so on. But to make it simple, I’m an IT freelancer. So what do I DO for LIVING? I do IT stuffs.
Even if I do earn some amount of money from blogging (as I already did), the portion is just too small to be listed in my living-support system. But believe me; the pleasure of doing it, is much more interesting than the money I earn. Why? Because when it comes the time when people willing to reward my work with the so-called money (dollar, rups, whatever) I start to slowing down the pace. And possibly, stop the work without any concern with the effort I’ve made. Call me ignorant, or foolish. But the thing that interest me the most, definitely earn my priority.
On my daily life, I provide one-stop IT support for those in need. My closest friend, is my laptop. But don’t think that I’m a geek. I believe in the advantage a laptop can bring. I got connected, that’s for sure.
Describe your problem and I’ll solve it for you (along with alternatives waiting for your call). Request me something, and I’ll make it for you. Name the price and I will see if we can get along with it..but that’s all there is. That so-easy-to-read process cycle, is just to damn boring. The conservative way people tend to use, in dealing with me have brought disaster on their side *LOL*
Hence, I often focus more on blogging, rather than my offline business. Yes, blogging is much more interesting.. The rewards (amount and type) may vary, depending on how I perform. And that make it becomes much more interesting to do. In the real world, I never appreciated based on my performance; my reward is foretold when the negotiation at the start ends. That spoils the fun, don’t you think?