(Ironically they have tons of money, I have none) Here is my problem with Google: I want to pay for Google Drive. However when I tried it says it is not available and I need to enable it in the control panel. It sends me to their support and help section. Although after running around through a lot of posts, it turns out I end up exactly in the same post where I started. So I TRY to file a ticket in their support system. Can’t find where. So I send a message via their “Tell us how we are doing” link. They answer We recommend using your dedicated Google Apps for Business support channels, as this channel is primarily focused on paid consumer support. Your support options are listed here: http://support.google.com/a/bin/request.py. So then this is what I have to say Here is the problem. I can’t get support because my account is a free one. But I am trying to actually pay google to use google drive, but the problem is that I can’t pay. So I am really stuck. Can’t get support because I can’t pay. I can’t pay and can’t get support because I can’t… well… pay… […]
Buenas, Mi queja es muy sencilla, no me voy a quejar del precio (que me parecio alto) ni de como nos trataron (pues esperamos un buen rato con mi esposa con mucho dolor general en emergencias) sino que me voy a quejar del tratamiento de mi esposa. Muy sencillo, llego con dolor de cabeza y vomitos. La atiende el doctor (apellido raro, un sr moreno) y la revisa. Ella esta en lactancia y fue lo primero que indico entonces le dicen que no pueden ponerle ni Voltaren ni otras medicinas que no son amigables durante la lactancia. La llevan a observacion, le ponen algo intravenoso y despues de un rato se siente mejor. Salimos y resulta que le pusieron Voltaren. De lo que el mismo doctor nos dijo, al igual que otros doctores, es que durante la lactancia no se puede administrar dichos medicamentos. Que fue lo que paso? No deberian de tener extremo cuidado para no afectar un bebe?
So I saw this today in my control panel… I am over my sql quota in a small project… Crap…. However, I found this query to find all space used in a sql database. It leverages sp_spaceused but builds a table that you can quickly review. BTW: I didn’t create it, I just borrowed it from here http://therightstuff.de/CommentView,guid,df930155-f60f-4f56-ab33-f1352ff091a1.aspx Big thank you to Mr Alexander, whom I’ve never met in my life but such a nice query is appreciated on a Saturday night. SET NOCOUNT ON DBCC UPDATEUSAGE(0) -- DB size. EXEC sp_spaceused -- Table row counts and sizes. CREATE TABLE #t ( [name] NVARCHAR(128), [rows] CHAR(11), reserved VARCHAR(18), data VARCHAR(18), index_size VARCHAR(18), unused VARCHAR(18) ) INSERT #t EXEC sp_msForEachTable 'EXEC sp_spaceused ''?''' SELECT * FROM #t -- # of rows. SELECT SUM(CAST([rows] AS int)) AS [rows] FROM #t DROP TABLE #t Oh, and forgot to say. I deleted logs and unnecessary stuff. Shrink db and now I am well under my quota. Hoorray! Saved some money!
So, I’ve been a Dell customer since forever. Loyal customer, that is. I’ve purchased not only for myself but for the company many many Dells. I open my account and the history is there. Two weeks ago I purchased a computer, all went fine and was delivered a week ago. Now, being a loyal customer, I purchase another one for my family this week. Turns out there is a new policy: no international credit cards are allowed. Does the fact that I have a history of purchasing many computers and servers make a difference? Why do being not from the US is suddenly a sin for Dell. They should be half smart and at least value their loyal customers. I am beginning to hate Dell, I know they probably don’t care about one less customer as they have many already, but they should. Customers are the foundation of their existence, but they seem like they no longer care… Oh yeah… Iknow what they might probably say. Use your local web site, that is dell.com/cr. However, I don’t want to. Dell uses their local sites as the dump for computers they could not sell in the US. Computers are not only […]
Well, a few months ago I would’ve thought this is something totally unreasonable. Now I tested a Windows Phone 7 and I actually did. The iPhone is just stashed in a drawer while I test the WP7. More on this soon