Thursday, August 21, 2008


I’ve been growing weary of the fog and the cold summer San Francisco weather, and then a day like today happens. A day where the fog is so thick it makes everything look new and different. I could barely see one block in any direction at the corner near my house. Beyond that the world faded into a solid white wall of water and air. Now from the 35th floor, I can’t see anything, except the faint wisp of the equally tall building across the street. The world is bathed in nothingness.


I’d be so much happier at work if I was one cubicle over and had a window. What makes this all the more frustrating is that the woman who sits there keeps her blinds closed 80% of the time. How can you shut out that beautiful view?


After seeing my productivity skyrocket while watching the Olympics at work, I’m tempted to buy MLB.TV for the remainder of the season. I’m feeling stupid I didn’t spend the extra $5 to buy it instead of Gameday Audio in the first place.


Of course the question is: Am I really being more productive because I’m watching the Olympics, or am I being more productive because I have a lot of work to do and I need to be more productive?


I was too busy working and watching the Women's Hammer Throw to write a regular post. Maybe later today.

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