It was too windy (well, gusty) to fly, so I decided to start the annual argument with Comcast about my bill. It started off OK, as I've talked to them before, so it was just a matter of convincing them that I want the package I'd been told I could have, without any TV.
Once that was sorted out, I started the troubleshooting as to why I wasn't getting the speeds I've been paying for - the sales department say I get 75Mb/s, but the technical department say I get 50Mb/s. I'm getting ~45Mb/s, so I believe the technical department. We discovered that even though you have to go through various hoops to register a new modem, they'd somehow not registered the modem when I changed it about 2 years ago. After that, I still wasn't getting the speed I should, but they did manage to slow down the upload speeds to what I should be getting. Joy. We went through various steps until they suggested I reset the modem, when the missing word there is "factory". I lost the entire configuration, so I then spent the next hour or so getting things working again.
I went to the airfield to tighten up a couple of nuts I remembered leaving loose, and decided that it was still too gusty to fly.
When I got home, the Nest thermostat was complaining about the network, so I fixed that and the irrigation controller.