Okay, a paper timecard is bad enough. 100’s of daunting columns of numbers and secret codes, all pertaining to things that everyone thinks are important. What poor schlep has to decide who uses GHSAK18954812PY instead of GHSAK18654812PY?? To top that off, my company uses an internet timecard. Sure, point-and-click’s great, until the system hiccups. Then I get nastygrams from the bosses asking why I worked 7,863 hours last week. You mean someone couldn’t have done the math and figured out it was a system problem? Someone actually decided to call and just make sure, in case I really did work 327.6 days last week? At least I know where all the Enron execs are winding up…