Saturday, October 20, 2007

How To Move Down Three Flights Of Stairs

Well we finally moved into the new office space. It doesn't feel very strange, of course, as I have only been in the old offices for a day over two weeks. Still, it is some feeling. We've got a nice, open space. I'm really loving the use of a long ledge along the one wall as a single, extremely long book shelf. The power and network running down poles at two points in the space allows us to encircle desks around for great collaboration. I'm a little worried about the lack of any personal space barriers, but I don't see it will be a great problem. I really wish I had gotten one of the two desks with their back to a corner, but Daniel grabbed it up pretty quick. He's been there as many months as I have been there in weeks, so I can't really complain about his getting first dibs. Now that we have the new space, I have my keys and I can leave a little early to avoid most of the traffic.

The old leaser of the space was an embalming office. It makes the existence of a loading dock a little creepy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

At least you're not having to listen to the scratching of souls trying to escape the drainage pipes like me.

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