Welcome to Spring: The Sequel, with a winter storm blowing into the Northeast to help keep people at a social distance of at least one show shovel. Remember all those times you pleaded for a snow day so you could stay home from school?
Speaking with ChannelPro at its first-ever partner conference, the vendor described plans that include better classifying Internet of Things hardware, importing and analyzing event logs, and building the ultimate network troubleshooting platform.
This spring (which officially starts on March 19) has bloomed into a new world, one that’s much more productive. Those March Madness pools? Gone. Major League Baseball opening day? Gone. Toilet paper? Gone. At least we still have Netflix and chill.
Since Daylight Savings Time sprang forward and ruined our Sunday, we know spring is close (10 days). And spring break, or “SPRING BREAK WOOO!” if you’re young, happens this month as well. Try to relax and enjoy the anticipation of spring, warmer weather, and mosquitos.
Is there anything “springier” than baseball’s spring training? While millions and millions of us are still worried about ice and snow, players in warm places like Florida and Arizona are already playing practice games. Baseball, and better weather, will be here soon, so worry not.
We made it through Valentine’s Day so the next excitement to look forward to is Spring Break in three to five weeks, depending. Whether you fondly remember your college breaks, or you dread your children being out of school for a week, at least it’s something different.
Here we are in the long stretch of winter with at least a month until Spring Break. Even when you’re out of school, the idea of Spring Break helps you through the dark nights and cold weather. Speaking of dark nights, this is your last warning for Valentine’s Day at the end of this week.
While guys can’t waste any more time talking about point spreads and commercials for the upcoming Super Bowl (congrats, Kansas City), they can now waste time talking about the game and the commercials. Look at those talks not as a waste of time but as a bonding experience.
Last week the Northeast got all the weather and this week it’s the Northwest’s turn. Prepare for heavy rains and flooding in lower elevations and ice and snow higher up, all pushed around by high winds. But don’t worry, Northwest people, the weather in Miami for the Super Bowl will be just fine.