And I really feel like an idiot now. Sure, the fact that the technician didn't arrive was bad, but I now believe that my Internet provider isn't at fault for the connection issue (see my previous blog to understand what I'm talking about: Link).
You see, I have a device attached to my desktop computer that connects wireless to my router, and it's about to become broken. The reason I got it is because the router is connected to the only phone stick in the house, several rooms away
... by the Internet provider.
For about a week, my Internet has come and gone without warning, even though there's no problem with the router (I checked to be sure), so the error must be somewhere between it and my Internet provider. After I contacted them a week ago about it, the provider decided to send a technician today to find out what was the problem and I was to wait for him at home (it could be a wire or something in the house, they need to check everything) and he would arrive
Ugh, waking me up with a scream possibly from its prey and walking around underneath the rooftop constantly in the middle of the night. I couldn't sleep anymore after that scream and that constant walking kept me awake for the rest of the night as a added plus. Ugh, who would have thought a day could be ruined so early?
Updated 9th October 2012 at 09:04 AM by Tophat Dragoneye
So today, the newest expansion for World of Warcraft called Mist Of Pandaria has been released. So what's this expansion all about? Simple, really.
The war between the two factions, the Horde and the Alliance continues and during a naval battle, the two factions happens to find the continent of Pandaria, which was originally covered in a thick mist, making it impossible to find it. But after the events of the Cataclysm (the previous expansion) the mist lifted.