Thursday evening: The usual gang abuse online. This gang has now also started to leave written notes with similar BS, thereby confirming that the massive abuse I get online from time to time comes from locals. It is not the abuse in itself that I object to. It’s what it means. The practical implications of it.
This morning: I log into my business bank for my VAT return, get a notice that that they’ve sent me a letter and to contact them at such and such e-mail address. I have had no such letter and the e-mail address apparently does not even exist.
This morning: I log into my personal bank account and it tells me that I have started to fill out an application. For something called a junior ISA. (And the bank’s website has not asked me for my log-in code for one or two years now. Even though I have no fixed IP address and have changed computers. It’s also happened that I had to flip the power off my computer because it froze while I was logged in at a bank and after my two computer log-ins after that cold reboot found that I was still logged in at my bank.)
I also seem to be missing a letter from a railway company?
This morning: I am amending my LinkedIn profile and LinkedIn tells me that I am also amending it on another device. Nope. I check and there is only one active session.
This is not an exhaustive summary.