March 28, 2009

The No Longer Missing N

Follow-up to The Missing N: Genesis from The Missing N

I knew this time would come eventually.

A kind soul named Matthew - sorry, Mathew - Mannion (I assume he's working for the IT department or something) read my first post, and informed me that I could get the url of the blog corrected and that the Student Records Office should be able to fix the typo in my name. I am, of course, talking about the N that was missing in my surname.

I followed Mathew's advice, and everything is now in order - except my email, which I don't want to change at this stage anyway. When I post comments my name is correctly spelt, when I log on to my.warwick my name is correctly spelt, etc. I won't cry victory too early, but it would seem that I've managed to eradicate the issue about the missing N. Which is really cool!

As a consequence, the name of my blog has now become meaningless and cryptic. Which was actually the way I wanted it to be in the first place... :)

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  1. Jim

    It’s ironic that you misspelled Mathew’s name! (It only has one ‘t’.)

    28 Mar 2009, 22:02

    And oh yes the irony… :p

    28 Mar 2009, 22:23

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