Monday, February 10, 2003

Woke up this morning - no snow. Radio said it was beginning to snow lightly to the southwest of us, moving slowly to the northeast. I got ready and got into work a good 45 min early, just in case. On the way to work it was flurrying, and by the time I pulled into the lot there was a dusting on the road with tire tracks in places, but mostly just damp/wet roads. They say it will stop by 2pm, maybe 1-3" with it leaning heavily to 1" or so. No biggie - I'll make up the time I missed from the last snow - still owe 2 hrs - and be even until the next snowstorm.

At work, we had 3 klez emails stopped by the central scanner. I usually get 1-2 a week, having three within a few minutes of each other over the weekend is interesting. Seems that ALL of them are coming from comcast users, and have been for the last few weeks or so. I know that klez spoofs the 'from' field, but the headers have the actual sender IP in them, even if that doesn't match the 'from' field. That IP is comcast in almost every case.

Are people still opening attachments that they aren't expecting? You would think that they would have learned by now! I don't even open attachments from family and friends unless it is something I am expecting and have requested.