Archive for February, 2006

Career Quiz

Thursday, February 16th, 2006

People with red Interests like hands-on / problem solving job responsibilities and professions that involve practical, technical, and objective activities. Red Interests include: building, implementing, organizing, producing, and delegating, which often lead to work in manufacturing, managing, directing, small business owning, and surgery.

People with red styles prefer to perform their job responsibilities in a manner that is action-oriented and practical. They prefer to work where things happen quickly and results are seen immediately. People with red styles tend to be straightforward, assertive, logical, personable, authoritative, friendly, direct, and resourceful, and usually thrive in a self-structured, high-pressured, hierarchical, production-oriented, competitive environment. You will want to choose a work environment or career path in which your style is welcomed and produces results.

These are the results from my “carrer quiz” =P

My friend is looking at switching majors and she googled this quiz and I thought it’d be fun =P

Hard Planning

Thursday, February 16th, 2006

Here’s a pic of me at Reb Robins when we were planning Packing Slips.

Mom Dated A Rockstar

Thursday, February 16th, 2006

So my mom was looking through some records a while ago with me, and she pulls one out and tells me that her ex-boyfriend from before she met my dad sang that album! I was like “…mom? YOU dated a rockstar??” Anyways, that was creepy. But the funniest part is how she didn’t want to show my Dad. He was over in the other room, and my mom would tell her son about it, but not her husband! =P

When you think about it, she was telling me because she doesn’t really have many other people out there to tell something like that too. You get lonely when you get older. My dad rambles on and on to me about things that I don’t really care about. Other older people usually try to tell you about life experiences and how things should be. When they’re drunk, even more so =P

It really tells you something about how your life is going to go. All we can do is hope we won’t be too annoying when we ramble.

// man…I’m on a blog-posting-roll today – it’s 11am and I got 4 posts =P

First Microseconds of an Atomic Blast

Thursday, February 16th, 2006

Automatic Camera situated 7 miles from blast with 10 foot lens. Shutter speed equaled 1/100,000,000 of-a-second exposure.

With energy so great, the electric like energy runs down the towers guide wires and turning the desert floor to glass.

With a planet of fire, Joshua tree’s near the base get vaporized in just microseconds.

Source Article

Sun Shines Blue!

Thursday, February 16th, 2006

The sun emits a bluish light. It is caused by the color temperature of the sun. Since it is bluish in tint, our eyes actually have less blue receptors than either red or green. The blue to red ratio is about 1:17 in the average part of the eye. So because of this adapting, we have little ability to detect high resolution in the color blue.

As you can see…I’ve finally gotten a hold of my coloring book! No…not quite the type where I have to stay in the lines…although that would be nice… Nope, I figured I wanted to know more about color than I ever wanted to know – It’s a book on color correction for digital video. It covers enough topics about colors to kill an elephant. Like, did you know that magenta isn’t in the rainbow…and Newton completed the color wheel when he discovered it by playing with prism’s because he was quarantined at home for a year.

3 Days Left

Thursday, February 16th, 2006

I have just three days left sitting here in my cubical. Then the url of my blog (ThisIsMyCubical) will become somewhat obsolete. Not to worry, I’ll be much too busy in my future business to have time to change it. I just may not post quite as often as I did here in the office!

Saturday, I’m having people over already to let them know what’s going on up at the Whistler Film Fetival in April. We’ve gonna toss around some ideas, and it should be quite productive. In the morning, I’m looking to make that film, Vising a Vista, to show that I am determined to do my goal of creating a minimum of one film a month. This month is definately the hardest of them all to get one out the door, so I’ve chosen such a simple one. It’s hard because I’ve been working full time at my office-job here so I haven’t had the time. After next Tuesday, I’ll have oodles more free time to get down and make things happen.

Since I’ve booked tomorrow off to go snowboarding, it’s just today, Monday, and Tuesday in the office.