Good luck -- no; really -- I don't want to rain on the parade.
But I'm a cynic: I figure if they had even a scaled-down working
prototype they'd be selling their pre-orders on the basis of a real-
life video rather than an animation of the concept.
(Unless I missed the link to a video of an actual machine....)
Well as can be. If I can get a gig right soon, I should be able to
take a class this spring. Studio B1 it'll be. Got an interview Monday.
Got a call Thursday from a staffing agency fella making noises about
putting me in a dream firm so I busted my hump to get good material to
him before work the next day. Haven't heard back from him. Then I
remembered - that's how everybody at that staffing agency seems to
deal with me. So I wasted a good 24 hours being all excited. So now
I'm a little pissed. Still, the competent agency (the one who actually
finds me work) is looking out for me. The past three months at this
firm were good for me. Totally rocked my supervisor so I've got a
hella solid rec. from a local architect for nothing but acting like a
low level architecture employee (no driving drawings, no making coffee
or prints). Seven hours getting home from work Thursday! Boss at
school just mentioned he's still keen on getting me a Discussion
Leader gig for Design Principles (intro theory) soon as I get out of
low level studio. That's good to have. Fingernails look pretty good, a
little ragged but 9 are of good length. Oh and this coming Thursday
I'll be a "Guest Critic" for the Structures 1 final presentations.
Looks good on the CV, don't'cha know. Last place I got to do some
design work. Little alternates to let the principal choose from and
the odd "you figure it out, whatever works, we trust you". Which is
exciting and necessary for school.
Ain't y' glad y' asked?
Hope things is cool in IN.
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