Originally posted by Bear Bibeault: Clean my coffee cup.
Bear, you need to leave the residue in the cup... It's like sour dough starter.
I set my stuff down, put my lunch in the fridge, get my coffee and water, and sit down. I try to eat my bagel, but without fail a colleague comes over and talks to me for 20-60 minutes about stuff he's going to talk about in our staff meeting anyway.
There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors
Originally posted by Fred Rosenberger: Bear, you need to leave the residue in the cup... It's like sour dough starter.
If you take your coffee black...
While I don't ever use sugar, I do like my coffee creamed. And I use real half-and-half. Interesting things happen to half-and-half overnight. It's best to nip it in the bud.
I usually remember to clean my cup before taking time off. One time I forgot and the I swear that the growth in the cup was one day away from achieving sentience and self-awareness. And then where would I have been?
Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky: First thing: take off winter coat and turn on computer. Second thing: wait 10 minutes for computer to boot up and complete login. (I usually do paperwork during this step.) Third thing: check e-mail
Using Advanced Hi Fi TAB Technology of Microsoft Internet Explorer , I open gmail and news paper in parallel. After a while, tea boy brings tea which I enjoy with self-owned cookies. This phenoemna last for 30-45 mins after which I come into work-mood [ January 28, 2008: Message edited by: Vikrama Sanjeeva ]
Try my hand at this (my first attempt at a program, spot the errors)
tons of obvious errors (and yes my bedroom is also my office. comfy) [ July 09, 2008: Message edited by: Az Sanders ]
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