Good news, bad news

Well, in the good news department, I've finished the fine tuning of the image adder software and given it a couple new features. So from now on Phil and I will be able to work at the same time without using each other's resources or even having to share an office. It's all running over the new gigabit network and is really blazing fast and a pleasure to use…

BTW, Can I just interject here how much we hate our current ISP. The IAM and BME servers are running fine, but traffic isn't being routed to it. We'll get it dealt with ASAP, but parts of it are out of our control. I apologize for the inconvenience and we're moving ASAP.

Other than those two things, the shift linkage for the Manta Montage is all built, but now it's apparent that it was covering up a bigger problem with the transmission iself. One or two of the gears don't appear to be active, and when you shift into them, it hooks the gear next to it instead. Argh! I just want to drive this car and it's such a pain in the ass! But it will be worth it I think…

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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