It’s an obscure and general quotation, but a cookie goes to whomever figures out where it’s from.

I went to work rather early this morning. I had to do a lot of equipment moves and I didn’t want to do it in the middle of the work day because the corridor leading to my new office is kind of tight and located in the back of the building where the HR and product marketing people sit. My counterpart in the technical support department and I are both moving into offices and we got allocated a common war room to operate from in cases of major incidents, which is nice… the kicker is we both have to do all the labor ourselves, instead of having someone else do it. Our VP pointed out that she did her part way back when the company first started by building all of the desk by hand herself.

Anyway, so here I sit in my new office, surrounded on all sides by monitors and mid-towers that I’m not sure what to do with. I only needed like one in addition to my workstation, so I’m overwhelmed by what I actually have. The nice thing about this office is it’s out of the way and I can close the door when I need to. The not so nice thing is that this room has little in the way of ventilation and if I have more than one machine going at a time, the room heats up fierce. Right now, I have the door propped open and the hall vent system is feeding this room nicely. I guess if I have to take a phone call or something, I’ll play through the pain.

Oh, and for my roommates: the speakers didn’t work. I think the power cord is not feeding power to the subwoofer… this totally blows. I have to use the craptacular PC speaker for any kind of audio. Suckage.

In other news: Today marks the the 40th anniversary of the first man-made craft to land on the Moon, the 47th anniversary of The Day the Music Died, and the 141st anniversary of the beginning of the Meiji era of Japanese history.