December 28, 2004

talking in a cubicle wonderland

Today, the group of schedulers I work amongst moved to the new building on the studio lot today. We moved from small offices shared by one to three people each to a large, open, cubicled-area for the fifteen of us to share.

You'd think we were building the pyraminds or something, it was such a production!

Anyhow, we're all settled. Sort of. One of the co-workers' computers is not working, and she will not stop complaining about it. It sounds like certain people aren't aware of basic cubicle-etiquette. (Heck, I've never worked in a cubicle environment before and even I have a handle on the basic tenets!). Someone has a radio playing in their cube. The same person also has neglected to set his/her cellphone to vibrate, and we have already, on several occasions, been treated to the familiar melody (if you can call it that) of this person's phone. Most people have not yet come to terms with what an "inside voice" is. It's all good, though, I feel like most will learn quickly.

It's amazing - right now - as I type, my typing is the only thing I hear. Oh man. This is good!

Anyways, the iPod will be traveling with me to work tomorrow, including tracks from the latest Pedro The Lion album, the new Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou soundtrack, and Bjork's Medulla. It will be a good day.


posted by julie at December 28, 2004 04:08 PM

things people have said

Just saw the Life Aquatic.....WOW. That was one strange movie. I liked it though.

Nothing has ever been as strange as Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, except maybe Luis Bunnel's, le chien de l'andulusia.

RB

so said: RB at December 28, 2004 08:03 PM

Opps....Un Chien Andalou By Bunnel & Dali (1929)

so said: RB at December 28, 2004 08:12 PM



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