I think I am back. After staying up until almost 3:00 a.m. working on recovering from the damage the hackers caused, then rising early this morning to tackle the project again, I think I am up and running. If you notice anything weird, please let me know.
I don’t know if this successful hack attack was a personal attack, or a random hacker attack exploiting one of the many weaknesses that exist on web sites. If it is a personal attack, shame on you, karma will get you either in this life, or when you are beyond the advantages you now possess. If it was a random hacker, well, welcome to the internet.
Hot and muggy here today, I did not spend much time out of doors. I did poke my nose out a few times, just long enough to decide, nope. One of my forays was to a local discount food store, to pick up a bag of milk for Attila (I am lactose intolerant, none for me), and four 2 kg bags of mixed vegetables that were on sale. The vegetables are a key ingredient in my Instant Pot recipe repertoire.
Although the weather is cloying, I feel cleansed for having my meloncholy interlude yesterday. The world is often refreshed by a little bit of rain.
I am kinda tired. Working that intensely on the computer is never fun, and when it involves fighting to hang on to your own creations it is even more intense. I think I’ll do my tried and true dinner tonight, Sweet & Sour Chicken with Rice & Mixed Vegetables. My recipes say serves 4, but in reality there are two helpings at dinner, one for Attila, one for me, and one helping to pop in the refrigerator for Attila’s second supper, which he eats late every evening, or sometimes during the night.
Severe Thunderstorm Watch
Date: 1:00 PM EDT Tuesday 24 July 2018
Condition: Light Rain
Pressure: 101.7 kPa
Dew point: 22.6°C
Wind: SSE 29 gust 41 km/h
Visibility: 24 km
Conditions are favourable for the development of dangerous thunderstorms that may be capable of producing torrential rain.
Conditions will become favourable for severe thunderstorms later this afternoon and evening as a warm and humid tropical air mass remains over Eastern Ontario.
The main threat is torrential downpours producing 50 to 100 mm of rain in one to two hours, especially in areas that receive two or more thunderstorms in a row.
“Only the curious will learn and only the resolute overcome the obstacles to learning. The quest quotient has always excited me more than the intelligence quotient.”
Eugene S. Wilson