Woke up this morning with an unusual number of email in my Inbox.  Most of them had the dreaded “Postmaster warning” label on them.  Uh oh – my address book was compromised.

I figured there was less of a shot of that happening because I use Gmail and don’t store my address book on my machine where it (in theory) could be most vulnerable.  To me, that’s being hijacked, not hacked, right?  Is there really a difference though?  Probably not.  So, to all my friends who are receiving emails for those blue pills, I don’t think you have a performance issue – it’s completely out of my control.

This morning also marks my first time using the MBTA’s on-train wi-fi service.  Initial reaction: not bad!  Now, if we can only fix the issues with being on time…