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I'm a consulting geologist for a small company in the Denver area. I study problems related to active tectonics, using geomorphology, structural geology and remote sensing.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

more of the same...

More anaglyphs... this is of the new desk setup. I've now moved my office one floor up to the structure lab. Finally I have my own window. Even better is the fact that the window looks out onto the flat-irons, unlike my previous office that looked out on the exterior wall of the football stadium. In other news, I rode to work this morning (feb 5th) in a t-shirt, and I should be outside riding all day but no, I'm sitting at my desk. lame. enjoy my fascinating world of being chained-up in an academic cave, now in 3D!!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh can I be your academic cave girl? I'll roast you some heartily fought for TVP (those vegan Boulderites are ferocious over soy), warm stones for a nice massage (igneous or metamorphic, your choice only I’d vote igneous as they tend to be smoother) and chant. I might even write an algorithm on the wall but only if I have the fat colored chalk and a bottle of wine, I mean, algorithm elixir. It could be romantic or, at least, a comical time...