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Sep. 20th, 2010 @ 10:23 am I'm glad that's over
Last week at the office was nuts. Major fires in every project I'm attached to, and some I'm only barely attached to. But the week is over, and we survived. We found the causes of bugs, we fixed said bugs, we ran demos, we presented ideas to division heads, we briefed results to VPs, we tested systems with real users. We did a lot.

And I have to say that in the face of all that was going on, we totally rocked it.

And I say "we" because I'm not about to take all the credit for everything last week, even though I certainly worked my butt off the whole time. Even though there were times when I felt like I had to pick up a lot of slack just to make sure things got done, I knew that most everyone was working to their capacity. One can't really ask for more than that.

This week will be decidedly more low-key. At least, I certainly hope it is. I could use some lower keys. Of course, I just couldn't bring myself to slow down at all this weekend. Mostly took care of a few good things around the house. There is always something that needs doing, and there always will be. I admit, I'd be bored if I had nothing to do. Might be able to stand less to do, but who's to say.

The new Psycliq album has filtered out to iTunes and a bunch of other places, you can buy CDs, and you can even join a newsletter and get free MP3s of works-in-progress. More info on the band website, that I'm trying to update on a somewhat regular basis now. But with school starting up for me and the load that entails, progress on any new material will likely slow once again. Though I should try to pick a Christmas song to do again this year. Those are always fun. And now that I've got the X50, I've got a new palette of possibilities.

But anyway, I must get myself back to work. Here's to hoping an increasing trend of better sleep, more exercise, and lower stress levels. For all of us.
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