Penny’s New (Work)Place

Penny here. Wow — what a day. It had been a couple of weeks since I’d gone to work and I’d been starting to wonder about that, but this morning Steve gave me the “Let’s go, Pup!” and I was right there because I’m always ready to go. Funny thing, though, was he put my…

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Front Page Penny

It’s been a couple of good months for Penny’s Publicity Officer. Today there is an article in our local San Diego paper (SD Union Tribune) which ran a story about our company and one of the programs that we’re working on. I don’t usually go into work stuff here, but since Penny’s in the pictures,…

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Home Work

I’m spending a couple of days working from home writing a grant.  It’s sort of nice – no commute, schlubby clothes, the whole pot of coffee to myself. Of course, another bonus is that I get to hang out with Penny.  It’s a different change for her than when I bring her to work with…

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Take Your Dog

Today is Take Your Dog To Work Day which you’d think would be a perfect time to bring Penny into the lab, but she’s busy doing hostess duties for her best friend Roxy who is staying with us for a couple weeks while her folks are on vacation. But not wanting to miss a chance…

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Balancing Act

Last week, we moved our company into new digs (bigger and brighter, but alas no more ocean-view commute) and one of the new site’s amenities is being able to have actual desks in an actual office area – previously, our computers had been at the end of our lab benches.  I know!  It’s the lap…

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Hour By Hour

Last month, the person that I will forever think of as erin-dot-erin did an exercise of following a day by taking a picture each hour.   I thought this was a darn good idea and thought it might be fun to cover a day in the life of Stevil.  Erin did hers for 10 on 10…

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Lab Hound

Something sort of fun – I got to have a little extra company in the lab over the past couple of days.  You see, we are having a couple of days work done at The Aerie (taking care of a couple of things before the holidays).  That meant that workmen were going to be in…

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