Here's my desk at work. I worked hard to make it look like a typical setting for
me, then it turned out all dark. Sniff. Anyway, to the right of the computer
is a half empty (or half full?) bottle of Libelle Orangen-Limonade and a butter pretzel,
which is my usual breakfast. There's also a box of cocoa, which I thought was hot
chocolate mix when I bought it, for making hot cocoa. On the computer I have telnet
and my email windows up, and Winamp running in the corner. That blotchy shape to the
left is my hat. In the distance I can see lots of neat houses and stuff, but it is
generally so overcast that I can't see much. This picture is authentic that way.
This is the DaimlerChrysler complex from a walkway by my office. Kinda neat, huh? It was built by a famous architect from New York who I've never heard of. Richard Meyer, I think? The roundish building on the left is the Cantina (too sophistocated to be called a cafeteria). In the middle are the executive buildings, we're moving there in a few weeks, even though we're fairly low on the food chain. The red thing is a wierd sculpture thing. The green building at the far right is part of the university, the med school, I think.
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