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

Vidicon is right...

vidicon posted this, and I want those in vending machines.

Meanwhile, this weekend, I run away upstate to witness canissum and manycolored's impending nuptiuals, which has to be the best planned elopement in history. I'm going to bring along a violin. I was supposed to go to a jam session at an art gallery uptown yesterday, but I missed the bus. I'm still feeling the urge to play, so I'm hoping that some of those instrumentally inclined peoples (pgnblade *ahem*, all the times I've visited upstate recently, I have seen neither hide nor hair) should get together and jam.

Also, tomorrow, at 2pm is my interview. I'm gonna rock them with my mad web design skills, and vague, but complete sounding knowledge of Dreamweaver. I've dicked around with it a few times this week, and I have to say- it's a piece of cake to use. I wouldn't choose it myself- I don't like the interface, I prefer something more programming-IDE styled (shocking!). But it'll do.

Though when I'm working there, the "feature" where it autocompletes every tag you type has to go. I put my tags in _after_ putting in the content, and the autocomplete assumes that you're tagging-as-you-type.

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