Sunday was an – interesting – day because we went to the printer's building in Pasir Ris (very far away) as part of our Business Continuity Plan (BCP) exercise, which apparently many major corporations do in the event of, say, flooding or a nuclear meltdown at the main base of operations. So we were forced to work in unfamiliar location and with unfamiliar computers, which was frustrating but we managed to make it work. At one point, though, the entire team headed to the cafeteria for dinner, and when we got back to the work room, we found the door locked from the inside. Oy!
So for about half an hour or so we were all locked out, leading some to declare that we now need a BCP for our BCP exercise, heh. Eventually, though, someone had the idea to push his way through the ceiling board and use a very long metal ruler to reach the door-unlock button on the wall on the other side. Long story short, the door was opened, and we managed to resume work, wheeeeeee. Here's a picture of some of us loitering in the corridor while waiting to be rescued, courtesy of my colleague Q:
|Wheeee. This. Is. Fun.|
That's it for now. I'll be back soon to recap what I got up to last Saturday. Stay tuned...!