So, late last night my brother decided that he wanted to adjust our router security again. Why this only ever happens at 3:00 in the morning is beyond me, but the fact is right now my laptop isn't able to connect to the internet, even though it still recognizes the router even with the new settings. Hopefully we'll get that sorted out tonight once he gets home from work, but in the meantime that means I'm having to use my mom's computer. Fortunately I have all of my browser settings saved onto my USB flash drive so it isn't going to pose too much of a hindrance while I'm confined to another computer. However, that doesn't make it any less annoying.
Sorry to hear about that, Crystal. Just what did your brother do last night to make him suddenly so concerned about the router's security? :p
So over the past week or two I've slowly read through the entire Katekyo Hitman Reborn manga (Damn you, Cat, and your good taste!), so now that I'm finally caught up, maybe I'll actually put some of that time into video games again!
Oh, he just realized that since I have the 3DS XL that it might not have to be restricted to WEP security anymore, but that only works for everything except my computer... and the Wii, but that wasn't connecting properly to begin with. At any rate, we've switched it back for the time being.
Well, it took a few days, but after some serious negotiating with our internet provider, my brother has secured a higher speed connection for the household that should hopefully mitigate whatever problems we've been having with his multitasking. (League of Legends and Netflix don't mesh well together.)
That it most certainly does. You can probably imagine how few articles of clothing are made for tentacles. Or bowls.
So, Comcast hiked our bill up a hundred bucks, so my dad canceled it on Tuesday, leaving us with no cable/internet. Now we're back on WOW, and aside from a little disappointment at not having a cable box for my television (I barely watch it anyway, so it's no big loss), everything is more or less back to normal. I missed you, Internet!