Pah. Another interview on Monday. Which means I have another driving trip to Bristol. Or maybe I should take the train.
Car's cheaper though. They pay expenses at a standard per-mile rate. The diesel Peugeot 206 really doesn't cost a lot to run, especially considering this is motorway driving.
I've really got to get out of this place. The work was dull. Now we're between projects. People seem a little scared to actually start actual work, so we have a pile of feture requests, time estimates, and no actual software development. Work is now duller than it was.
I was pointed to A Gamer's Manifesto again. I'm sure given a bit of effort, we could come up with a better one. Perhaps ask some girls how they feel about female characters in games rather than assume they don't like the skimpy outfits.
I agree about the crates, but they're not going to go away. It's one of those easy bits of laziness. It's a convenient object that's rectangular so has a low poly count, and has many uses, for example, blocking off doorways, steps to higher positions, can semi-logically contain ammo, and they can be used for simple crate pushing puzzles.
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