While I don’t have everything set up exactly the way I want quite yet, the core items in my office are finally complete. I’ve got my laser printer plugged in and set up as my last bit of work to do. I still have a couple of UPS lying around that I’m going to end up installing on the downstairs computer room. Other than that, I’m just missing a couple of cables in one of the “cables” plastic bins lying in the garage that I’ll just have to sort through at a later date.
The new office is pretty small, but I like it. Being downstairs means I am guaranteed to have an endless supply of cold air to cool off SKYNET, which will be quite helpful once I get my rendering projects back up and running.
Now that the new office is done, this also means I’ve got to finish that technical paper for R@FT. Hopefully I’ll be able to whip up the last bit of that paper in a couple weeks.
I heard that the new Florida Tech Crimson printed without kinks, which is great news considering the snafus I encountered when I tried to upgrade PageMaker to InDesign with the April Fools Grimson. Kudos to Chris Bonanno on whipping up another issue with minimal help. Also some big kudos to Frank, my successor in FTCrimson’s webmaster duties. The new articles are already posted online, and hopefully we’ll be able to get all of the PDFs merged into one file and posted on the website soon.