Quote: "Oh, oh ... well, these camera's, if one thinks about their travels from their point of view, have 'seen' a lot!
Yeah, kind of like those pictures one would see of travel luggage with all those "destination labels".
Well - I don't know if the camera has arrived or not. But what was supposed to be a quick job has turned into an "interesting" one, so I'm still stuck out here!
I'll get home in a day or two (I hope).
The problem with this kind of job is that we don't even know what "right" is until afterwards!
So far, all three models of reservoir development have been rejected. All available data has been reevaluated, reinterpreted and re-rethought - and some has been re-collected too. And we still don't know where to go...
But at least there have been more surprises on this well section than most geologists see in a decade, so I'm learning a lot - and there's enough oil down there to make it worth it. :)
life, and your project, get interesting. We are living those choices now with a March 15th turnover date of the system to the process group. That is 14 days away and I haven't put a wafer in the chamber yet under process control.
See y'all about the third week of March. Maybe unemployed. *L*
tim in san jose
For your sake I hope you're kidding about the unemployment.
For our sake - well it would give you more free time for the "One Camera" project!
Just kidding. ;)
Things are a bit "hairy" in my shop right now too. Talk is of merger or perhaps reducing scope, of US biz etc. Or maybe even exiting US market altogether.
Our bank is state-owned and not supposed to lose Euros - and now we've taken a big "hit" in the US subprime mortgage area.
Oh well.....life goes on.