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


On the way into work this morning, the sky was warm, pink and inviting. The clouds glowed with the warmth of the sun, looking like a commercial for some soap or the sort of car that helps you "get back to nature", the kind where pretty people are just soaking up that beautiful sky, and really, you want to be just like them.

Everything was tinged with color, even the steam rising from the mall's heating system picked up the red color, and even the seagulls, which in that light, turned into black-tipped razor-blades coated in blood.

All in all, it was a pretty morning. I did miss the bus I was trying for- I haven't been able to get to sleep. Actually, getting to sleep hasn't been the problem. _Staying there_ on the other hand- I've been waking up at 3, 4 and 5 in the morning. Pretty consistantly. Not a clue why. Moderately annoying.

I did harass the Neural Interface people with an email- and got a response! Sadly, they're not looking, but pointed me at the HR department for the center they work for- which happens to have it's headquarters in Empire Plaza- a block from my house. How sweet would that be?

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