What did you do today, raincoaster?

I settled in to my swish new office at the Network Hub, went window shopping with April although we didn’t buy any windows, got back and promptly set off the alarm in the middle of the night, bringing Jay at a dead run all the way from the Yaletown suburbs, announced the fact on Twitter, read much of Gawker and even managed a few comments, caught up on two emails and Facebook and all the affiliate links, and even managed to post the following:

and this, obviously.

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4 thoughts on “What did you do today, raincoaster?

  1. Congrats on your Network Hub office. I am looking forward to get a desk at Vancouver’s Hub, but I am currently #9 on the waiting list. I need it to set up a Vancouver Web Design studio.

    BTW. How long did you have to wait in line?

  2. I didn’t have to wait at all; she cleared a desk for me especially. And then, three days after I moved in and started working I made fun of a networking group that was meeting there and POOF, I got Dooced. So that desk is free again.

  3. LOL… is that for real? You must have made a really bad joke about the networking there to have them kick you out. Anyways, it’s been over 15 days and no news yet. Now that you tell this story, I am not too sure I want to get an office there.

  4. Right, I should get on that.

    It wasn’t so bad a remark, I thought, particularly given I had to endure clusters of five girls at a time coming back to stare, open-mouthed, at the bloggers like we were an exhibit in a zoo. I expected them to throw peanuts.

    Story coming. I have three backlogged first, but will get on it.

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