Noah (angelbob) wrote,

Last day at work...

I'm still waiting to see if they're going to do an exit interview. I'd kinda like to go home now, but maybe they'll get it in gear? My manager's checking.

I've cleared out my browser stuff -- bookmarks, cookies, saved passwords and whatnot. FireFox makes it reasonably easy, which is nice.

I already took home everything that was mine. Looking around, I'm reminded of just how much crap was in here when I got here. Most of it hasn't moved an inch in that 2.5 years. The guy who had the cube before I did works here again, but he apparently didn't want it even after coming back. I guess the next guy will feel similarly about me.

I was kinda tempted to snag a technical specification that they had printed out here. Nobody here is ever likely to use it, and it's commonly available, so I wouldn't be stealing intellectual property by taking it. And then I thought, "hey, do I really need more random crap in the house?" The JPEG and PNG specs don't really cut it as stuff to leave laying around. I won't use them much, big impressive binder or no.

[Edit: the figured it out, and I got my exit interview and last check not long after 3pm. So not bad. There was just a scramble at the end -- apparently my email slipped through a crack somewhere and people needed prompting to get started.]

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