Your result for The Which Discworld Character Am I Test...
You scored 90 intelligence, 47 morality, and 68 physical strengenth!
I recently discovered a Z-code interpreter for iPhone - Frotz - and my life is complete! Z-code is the way of coding those text based interactive adventure games which were the basis for my love of computers in the early 80's. There are any number of Z-code adventures which can be played on any Z-code interpreter, including several versions of the classic Will Crowther Colossal Cave/Adventure. But in particular Z-code was used by the company Infocom to produce some classic games of all time.
... by nakedpastor (and the second one). I really resonate with some of the feelings in this post (although I'm actually pretty happy in my own non-parish job at the moment). More than just a personal thing though, this kind of feeling about the institutional church is something I'm picking up more and more from friends and colleagues from my own and other denominations.
I have been having a very annoying issue where messages sent from my iPhone (via my work Exchange server) show up as goobledygook in Entourage, though they are fine on the phone and indeed fine if I go into Windows Outlook. Apparently this is a long standing bug in Activesync for Exchange server 2003 (but not 2007). Anyway, short of persuading IT to upgrade to exchange server 2007 (yeah right, they're going to do that for a mac user they don't want to support anyway!) there doesn't appear to be a good workaround but I did find an Applescript that will let you look at the message and then save it to the desktop and then you can drag it back into Entourage and delete the original. Clunky but better than nothing. The script is found here. If I ever have time I might look at further automating the process of saving, re-adding and deleting via mods to the AppleScript or automator.