My day job started out simple enough. I just kept to myself and did my job the best that I could. Before my first year was up, the people higher up took notice and gave me a promotion (I think). And before I knew it, I was doing more things that I would rather not do, really. One of these is interviewing potential employees.
I do not like talking to people face to face, especially if I do not know them. I do not like spending at least 30 minutes asking questions that people will not give the right answers to. I do not like having to smile and be sociable. But I have to do it. It’s part of the job (although I didn’t know that till I had both feet inside the door).
Anyhow, in an effort to make things a bit more interesting for me, I think I shall get this cute little thing called the Circuit Board Clip Board. You know those boards which you use to put paper in so that you can write easily without having to put the paper on a desk?
The ones we have in the office are the usual black or gray vinyl boards. With this board that ThinkGeek has, however, I would actually be using a real motherboard that has seen the best of its life. At least it is being used for some other purpose and not gathering dust somewhere, right? Only $13.99 folks. That’s worth having something interesting to look at while interviewing.