Office Pool

November 7, 2002 at 8:58 pm | blabbing.

Came in this morning to find that the rain from last night has shorted out our new alarm system at the new office space, because of a leak in the roof. Thanks to Paul for coming by the office when he got the alarm call and staying until like 4am emptying buckets of water that… Read more »

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November 2, 2002 at 11:59 am | blabbing.

Pretty good week around the here. Productive work stuff, some Halloween parties, new office coming together. Halloween at Aretoula’s 80’s theme party Alanna was a cow and I was a cowboy. Fun was had by all. No one has even sent me an email for the Marshall JCM 800 half stack that I have up… Read more »

New office

at 11:20 pm | blabbing.

Got the new office space up on running this weekend after some hassle with the network router… “IP we don’t need no stinkin IP”. Now all we have to do is wait for PacBell to get there shit together and switch over our phones…. Many thanks to the extra sets of hands involved including my… Read more »

Marketecture

October 17, 2002 at 10:27 pm | blabbing.

The word of the day to describe Microsoft’s new .NET

Great quotes and other stuff of the day

October 10, 2002 at 8:43 pm | blabbing.

Never argue with an idiot, they’ll only drag you down to their level then beat you by experience. (Not sure who actually said this, though everybody uses it. Sounds like Groucho Marx to me.) RIAA’s obligitary business plan post: 1.Screw customers 2.Screw now former-customers 3.Censor the internet 4.??? 5.Profit! We live in a world where… Read more »

Great Weekend

October 7, 2002 at 11:54 pm | blabbing.

Great weekend where Alanna and I looked at Subaru Outback sports. No heavy sales pitches and car crap, it was nice we got to drive it and see what we are missing. Turns out my friend Bob was out buying a Subaru Legacy in Oakland on the same day. Other things that I did this… Read more »

Great Article about uniforms and the american workplace

October 5, 2002 at 12:00 pm | blabbing.

“There are two things going on here. Companies make the uniform ‘not a uniform’ by making it look casual. And then they nullify the casual aspect of it by putting people in something that advertises who they work for.” “Historically, uniform-wearing workers of low status were not considered valuable advertising tools for their employers, but… Read more »