Variety is the spice of life, so we're told, unless you live on Dune, but that's another story (literally). One of the things I really love about what I do in my business is that every day is a completely unexpected experience. I never know who's going to call or what issue they're going to need help with. In doing remote support through smallbizserver.net, each of the remote requests is about as different from the previous ones as posible. Bottom line, I love the fact that I never know exactly what to expect when I wake up in the morning. This is mostly good, but sometimes it can be a bit more interesting that you would like. But, for me anyway, it beats getting up and knowing *exactly* what is going to happen over the next 16 hours, because it's happened the same way every day since the last millenium.
We also try to throw a bit of variety into the eOnCall show. Last week (February 22, 2007), Anne Stanton sat in to talk about CRM software. Today's show (March 1, 2007) Sandi Hardmeier talks about the lastest hiccup in spyware attacks, coming at you through IM clients. Yikes. Next week, well, next week will be addressed next week.
Still, I think it's good to have a bit of the unexpected whenever possible. That's why there's been absolutely no pattern to the posts on this blog. Yeah, that's it. That's the reason...