My office in action
Ever willing to jump on a bandwagon that's been rolling long enough, Castle
Gormenghast proudly presents one of those groovy IndyCam things. As I am
an excessively modest man, the camera does not actually point at me but
instead at the top of my monitor (unless someone has knocked it). You do,
however, get a charming view of whatever rubber novelties I have on top of my
monitor. This photo is updated every five minutes.
Just in case it's dark at the moment, here's how it looked at noon - note, the
top of my monitor doesn't change that often so generally it looks pretty
much the same.
Since we are in temporary accomodation you can't generally see much but
if I have the blinds open you might be able to see Wentworth car park
and, if you're splendedly lucky, me pouring a cup of coffee out of the
window into the long grass outside.
The works of art on display (depending on alignment of camera)
are an exercise in pointillism by Mr. David "Tails" McCullie and
a work in oils by York resident and aristocrat Lord Biscester.
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