Archive for March, 2005

On the way to… Radio Shack

I did actually leave my house today, depsite turning down an invite from Justin to grab some pizza at Santullo’s. I needed a few things from Radio Shack, and ventured outside around 2PM. I saw this in the alley behind my apartment, a place that consistently keeps turning up fun images seemingly out of the blue. That, or I just…

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Loading/Unloading

After several trips (and some creative packing using tape, mailing labels and some rope), we were able to move everything down to the loading bay, underneath the Merchandise Mart. Given all the stuff that needed to be moved, Justin ended up renting a van. Here’s a shot of how huge this space is. Chris, with the best seat in the…

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Moving Out

I don’t know why I didn’t get photos of everyone’s desks, but here are the ones I did capture. This is Mike’s desk. Remember back when he didn’t even have a desk to put his phone on? My desk. Hard to believe it’s alreay been more than two years. Chris’ desk.Justin’s desk. Deb’s office, all cleared out. Rey’s office.

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One of the big

One of the big downfalls of working at home is not having my daily redeye (doubleshot of espresso, dumped into a full cup of coffee) from Artisan. Here’s a pic of Trent, serving me up my “last” bit of Illy before the moveout.

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October 7th

During my desk-cleaning, I came across this bit of paper where I had written down Ann’s birthday, to make sure I remembered to either send a gift or give her a call. I realized that this note is more than two years old, seeing as how she died last September. And on looking back on my life, I don’t know…

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Packing Up: The End is Nigh

Today, around 3PM, everyone started to break down their desks and begin the slow process of moving out. Tomorrow is our deadline, and we have to get everything out of the office before the end of the day. Within about 30 minutes, there was crap everywhere. Boxes. Old snacks and random bits of paper everywhere. Ben in particular had a…

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TCB Museum

I stumbled across the TCB Museum this morning, and a lot of folks at work got hooked as well. Delightful stuff, and a lot of fun to explore. Some might recognize the style of this project, and recall my entry about Treasure Box (also worth checking out). Both sites were created by Wada che Nanahiro. Great, great stuff… I’m loving…

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You know the sad

You know the sad part about all this? I won’t be able to document much of the progression after tomorrow, seeing as how I’ll be working from home for the next two months. We’ll still have the occasional meeting on site, but my visits to Artisan will be few and far between.

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