How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

T-minus three hours...

I'm calling the site done for today. One and a half days work, with some prep previous to that. I'm going to relax, and chill, and be in my best possible form for the interview tonight.

For a day-and-a-half's work, I'm satifisied. I hope they will be too. I think the "Skill-Link" is a good tweak, being that it hooks users up with opportunities that are good for them. I'll probably reverse it and let organizations find volunteers in the same manner.

After tonight though, this project drops in priority a few notches. I'm certainly looking forward to the weekend of not touching it.

Now, watch, decides that this is a cool thing to branch out with and offers to buy it from me. That'd be a hoot.

I'm gonna go poo.

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