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

That's an improvement

Well I won't be cramming 5-days into 4. The client that was wanting that class has gone elsewhere, as threatened.

TODO: Clean more. Update resume. Ship it off. Alot.

For my new job, being in Albany is an "up there" requirement, but it's not going to be a deal breaker one way or another. I don't particularly want to move if I can avoid it, but if something really interesting and cool comes up, I might leap off elsewhere. We'll see.

How's this for moronic? I was so tired this morning I forgot to bring my laptop to work. I didn't even realize until I walked in that I hadn't grabbed it- I almost panicked, but I was able to clearly remember _not_ having it when I left, so no fear that I left it someplace.

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