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June 4, 2004
Resignation. The deed is done. I have handed in my one month’s notice at EPSON. Hmmm… Maybe I should start that job search, huh?
PostedJune 4, 2004 — 10:33 am
Miriam the Intruder
June 4, 2004 — 2:55 pm
Exciting! Good luck w/ your search! In an ideal world you’d have 5-6 weeks of downtime before starting something else.. after that, the boredom and depression start being much larger factors (at least they do in my case.)
June 4, 2004 — 3:44 pm
Thanks. It’s been hilarious watching the news spread throughout the office. People keep asking me “What’s the new job?” And I just say: “Nothing! I just hate this one that much” And they nod knowingly.
This has been building up for a long time. I’ve got a couple different job possibilities though. I’m not too worried. I spent nearly my whole first year in Australia unemployed or freelancing (because of my visa status) so I’m not afraid of the downtime.
June 4, 2004 — 9:06 pm
SHUT UP! that is so cool!
I’ll let you know if any interesting gigs from this end.
cheers to you!
June 4, 2004 — 11:38 pm
There were quite a few people at ND who quit with no where to go to. Is that the first time you’ve mentioned the name of the company you work for?
June 5, 2004 — 12:04 am
good for you!
June 5, 2004 — 2:50 am
DAMN THE MAN, KRIS!!!!
June 5, 2004 — 8:33 am
Makes me think of ‘The Office’… Maybe you’ll change your mind if they offer $500 more a year?
June 5, 2004 — 10:06 am
There have been a few hints in the archive, Martin, but I don’t think I ever came right out and said it. Mostly because I knew how everybody who actually owns an Epson printer would curse my name. 🙂
And no, I’m not accepting any counteroffer, Ben. The head programmer on our team is desperate to keep me and keeps coming up with stuff, but I told him that I shouldn’t have to hold the company hostage to get paid what I’m worth. Definitely a case of too little, too late.
June 5, 2004 — 11:09 am
At the moment I’m actually cursing Epson printers 😉 That’s what you get for being a tight-ass and buying a cheapo inkjet.
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