Power outage takes down the office where this IT pilot fish works, so he's sent home. But four hours later, his boss calls to say power is back on, but fish still doesn't need to come in. Just two problems with that...
It's the 1990s, and this graphic design group wants to ditch its typewriter-era desks for some that will work well with a workstation. Trouble is, the company's Interior Design office has its own ideas.
This incident manager knows a lot about IT, but he's not allowed to fix problems -- his job is lining up the right support teams to resolve issues. But one literal-minded support tech takes him at his word.
IT pilot fish in the thick of his job hunt finds a small engineering firm that's looking for a software developer. It's 100 miles away, but he sends a resume anyway -- after all, what does he have to lose?
This pilot fish is driving to a job interview in an unfamiliar area, and he's not taking any chances with the local traffic cops, so he drives very conservatively -- which has its own unintended consequences.
This IT contractor is tired of the consulting grind, so he quits to take another job -- and shortly ends up back at the company where he was once a contractor. But that doesn't sit well with his old contract broker.
IT pilot fish is enjoying a Sunday at a theme park with his family when he gets a support call from a user whose workstation has died -- and doesn't want to hear that he can just use the one on the next desk over.