Monthly Archives: July 2010

Clean Surfaces

Came out after work to find a clean lot – very few cars still on the parking deck – so it was easy to find my car.  More familiar too – getting adjusted to the overall perception of the place … Continue reading

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Musical Interlude

Our regularly scheduled coverage is pre-empted at this time.  Instead, we invite you to join us as we enjoy the dulcet tones of David Allen Coe and Johnny Paycheck.  Over and over and over.

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Module H176, Entry CA24

=== BeginEntry === Observation of Subject ZDB and others over the last 72 intervals has resulted in little useful data.  Subjects appear stressed and distracted, periodically rearranging and adjusting objects within their respective enclosures.  Several small items of apparent significance … Continue reading

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Kubler-Ross, Stage Three

In the Kubler-Ross model, the third phase of grief is bargaining. This seems like an appropriate commentary on the day, as today we encounter various, evolving stages of grief. The irritating kind, not the sad kind. Makes me very glad … Continue reading

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Moving Day: Relocation

Arrived at the new building today, to unpack stuff into the new cubelet. Found it difficult to put two crates of binders and magazines into an absent book case. Cubes are theoretically the same size, but usable desk space is … Continue reading

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Moving Day: takedowns in progress

The desk stuff is done and really wasn’t a problem this time, as most of my own books and sundries are already at home. The “Lab” stuff, however, is not quite an unholy nightmare, but definitely is more tedious and … Continue reading

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Moving Day

Most of this week at work devoted to move preparations.  Since we recently did an in-place “compression” move, apparently designed to identify those folks likely to go postal in smaller cubes, the amount of cube junk lying around is already … Continue reading

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