Troubleshooting Rule #1: Is it plugged in?

http://diabetologie-eidenmueller.de/?kkoas=optionyard-nachrichten&346=05 The first in my series of troubleshooting rules:

watch A surprising number of day-to-day problems are solved when you realize that the thing just isn’t plugged in. Oops.

Tastylia (Tadalafil) Buy 20 MG The obvious sense of “plugged in” is “plugged into the mains supply” - the AC wall outlet.

go to site But there are many other useful senses to look for:

  • http://ajm-web-designs.co.uk/icon/ Electronics: Are other cables (not power) plugged in between two things? Are the cables themselves working? Network cables, speaker cables, video cables, printer cables…

  • http://www.visionarywebsite.com/?kiolsa=demo-option&e7a=8f Software: Are components finding each other correctly? Clients pointing to the right server, URLs correct, using https: vs. http:, variable names spelled right, correct versions of modules installed, all levels of nesting accounted for…

  • go site People: Are people communicating - “plugged in” to the project, both logistically (e-mail address or phone number correct) and mentally (same expectations on both ends)? No news is not good news…

What must connect?

Next rule: Is it turned on?