Which, admittedly, is a bad definition. Not at all depicting the real deal. But then I'm no programmer so there. Anyway, following a company-wide Christmas party (a masquerade party - nothing big, everyone brought masks along with them and so that's it, so we think), we decided to have a smaller party involving only the EMEA team. (I'm their French translator, France is still in EMEA last time I checked). Lunch at a local restaurant: North Park.
And since we're a bunch of geeks - a happy bunch of geeks, if I may add - it's no surprise that someone would actually think of giving this for an exchange of gifts:
Yep, it's from CD-R King. In fact, almost half of the presents came from CD-R King. It's a geeky store for geeky (and sometimes weird stuff - like a USB powered chiller for a coke in can) and I guess we all love it. I bought a 2 GB micro-SD card with a mini SD card adaptor. Unfortunately, the person who got it didn't have any immediate use for it.
I still can taste that noodles-with-lotsa-mushroom-dish in my mouth. I'm feeling too Chinese. Not so good - right now I'm trying to wash it down with instant coffee. I wish I mustered up the nerve to get a swig at this drink: