First day back and totally wasted day.
Apparently the combination of 1300 emails and being 10 days out of Eset AV updates has frozen my system over and over. It slams up to 100% CPU and pretty well stays there. I’m about halfway through the emails. Most of the spam is in French so Multiquoque must be selling me to lists. Eset has gone on downloading for hours and the cancel update tab, doesn’t.
Probably the only way out is to use Squirrelmail on the laptop to reduce the wave. Outlook seems to only choke on it. Will have it sorted by Monday.
A proposal I just did for a 65′ fishing cat. It would be based on the 65 ferry. In CM plywood/epoxy hulls and ply/core/ply flat areas.
I will be out of the office from M14 through M23. I will have the workstation with me and should be able to catch up on some 3D modeling. I should have email where there is WiFi.
Anyone have any projects in Iceland or Scotland that I should look at?
One of the fun things about this job is that I get to see all kinds of things.
Someone sent this to me asking if I wanted to invest in this big production run. I’m always amused that the proponents of these kind of units are so certain of their success, without any water miles.
Wandering back from the post office after shipping a plan set I saw this interesting 4×4 van. It was painted Stars and Stripes blue with Stirling 2 part polyurethane paint.
It is also a tiny house for ronin boat builder James Moreland.
Bed across the back. Galley on starboard. Office on port. Call him if you need help on a boat project. Hit him at 206 380 7094 if you need help on a project in PNW.
Glad to meet him.
Back. A few of the plans of the 42 daycharter cat sold last week. It needed conversion to metric and some of the hand drawn parts converted to CADD. Thats done. Back at it next week on this blog and the custom projects.