ATC :: Since February 2001

Friday, March 04, 2005

Movie line of the week answer - [8:46 AM]

Two weeks in a row with at least one guess, and a winner!

This weeks winner is "The Official Un-Official Visio Historian" Mr. John Marshall, congratulations John.

The correct answer is...

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Thursday, March 03, 2005

Yep, I'm officially old. - [7:08 PM]

James Robertson: "any 733t d00d knows the deathmatch owns the bladder." - I love reading James, he's very entertaining, and informative. But when I read the line quoted above I had no idea what it meant.

What in the sam hill does '733t d00d' mean? Is it 'leet dude'?

I'm getting too old for this.
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Movie line of the week - [8:54 AM]

Hot buttered popcorn and a movie, ahhh!Ok, on to some serious business, it's movie line time!

This week's line comes from my very good friend, and stud coder, Mr. David P. Cole (or as he was better known at Visio, Mr. C Ole.) Thanks for the line David.

Here it is...

Come we must return; those two fools who run my theatre will be missing you...

Ok, quick, what movie! Send your guesses here.
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It's officially official! - [8:50 AM]

I'm gainfully employed! I know I talked about it on Monday, but it wasn't officially official, it was semi-official. I was contacted by the recruiter I was working with and my drug screen results came back negative, that's a good thing.

I start on Monday, March 7th.

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Just buy it! - [8:31 AM]

I finally registered my copy of FeedDemon, why? Well I've become a complete FeedDemon addict. This morning when I fired it up my time had expired and I either had to register it or let it go, and I wasn't willing to let it go. Let's hear it for addictive software!

Thanks again Nick.
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Monday, February 28, 2005

I have a new job - [8:12 AM]

Well, I almost have a job! Friday I signed an offer letter with Pelco, there is a caveat in the mix. I have to pass a drug test, which isn't going to be a problem, but I do have some explaining to do. Back in December I had knee surgery. I'll have drugs in my system. Once I get that straightened out I'll be officially employed. My start date should be on, or around, March 7th. It's been a crazy trip, and I'm happy it's almost over.

Pelco is a great company, very people focused. They are very supportive of their people and their community. I can't wait to get started. I'm also going to champion weblogging within the company, at least I'm going to try! I've already found a good candidate for weblogging. Smile, life is good!

Thanks for all your prayers, without them this would have never happened!
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