mpulfr's logbook

My life in words, images, and an occasional link or movie.

I did a blog on interning called Learn to Intern

And I'm on a bunch of other social networks: Twitter, BlipFM, Flickr, Delicious, SlideShare, Digg, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn

Articles

Since my 2nd to last post was of my previous office, here the new one.

Since my 2nd to last post was of my previous office, here the new one.

The snow arrived last week, and after a brief retreat, is here to stay. It’s been falling steadily since my frosty bike ride to work this morning, and is showing no sign of stopping. Upside to the bitter cold and wet roads: everything is white. So much better than the grey wall of fog that normally sits in front of out office window.

The snow arrived last week, and after a brief retreat, is here to stay. It’s been falling steadily since my frosty bike ride to work this morning, and is showing no sign of stopping. Upside to the bitter cold and wet roads: everything is white. So much better than the grey wall of fog that normally sits in front of out office window.

Weather is turning south in Biel. Upside: I’m 3 months from seeing my friends stateside again.

Weather is turning south in Biel. Upside: I’m 3 months from seeing my friends stateside again.

Michael Bibo being birthed from my work’s Smart. We considered a C-Section through the roof.

Michael Bibo being birthed from my work’s Smart. We considered a C-Section through the roof.

The company where I work, orange8 Interactive. Love the big open windows, open office space, and some really talented, creative people that work here. My space is one table after the green plant on the right, where I spend a lotttt of time on the computer.

The company where I work, orange8 Interactive. Love the big open windows, open office space, and some really talented, creative people that work here. My space is one table after the green plant on the right, where I spend a lotttt of time on the computer.

I caught this pretty late into seeing it, it lost a lot of its shape by the time I snapped the photo. I’ve never actually seen recognizable, distinct shapes in the clouds before, but this was definitely a woman’s face.

I caught this pretty late into seeing it, it lost a lot of its shape by the time I snapped the photo. I’ve never actually seen recognizable, distinct shapes in the clouds before, but this was definitely a woman’s face.

The movement through the hanging Polaroids is absolutely fantastic. Well played cover. Excited to see more from @dylanknight.