A friend recently asked where do I work, and the easiest answer is everywhere. Thanks to not one, but two #IntelPowered 2 in 1 tablets, including my ASUS Transformer 2 in 1, I can virtually make anyplace my office, and that’s an awesome thing, (Psst, find out more about Intel 2 in 1s here.) I once sat in an oppressive cubicle for close to two years, and wound up with this unhealthy aversion for the colour grey; and the job just before that one, had my desk sitting directly in front of my boss’, which was perfect for him to see exactly what I was doing at all times, including during my breaks. I was beginning to avoid anything resembling a desk (which is probably part of the reason why I have a standing desk when I do work from home.)
I now need an ever changing landscape to thrive in my work, and as luck would have it, carrying a mobile computer around affords me that kind of luxury in a busy city like Toronto.
Probably the coolest place to use as an office so far this year was a table in the food court area while attending the FanExpo in Toronto. I didn’t do much other than upload pictures from my camera to my computer (I wasn’t alone, or else I would have live-blogged from there,) but it was fab to be able to just pull out my “office” from my purse, and save my photo files from the comicon (on my DSLR’s SD card) directly to my online OneDrive, with help of FastStone Photo Resizer, so that I’d have near-instant access to my quality DSLR photos to share on Twitter, Instagram and Google+.
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If you haven’t seen my other posts yet, I’ve had the incredible pleasure of being part of this year’s Intel Canada Insiders Experience blogger group; and they were truly kind enough to send me and a friend to the FanExpo. For one awesome weekend, I got to experience geek culture at its finest in Toronto.
FanExpo Canada 2014 Pics
The family and I had such an amazing time checking out all of the cosplayers, the games, finding comics to add to my collection (and checking out the Artists alley for prints that I would love to have on my wall,) and just generally taking in the geeky atmosphere you get at a comicon; I truly can’t wait until next year!
Are you an entrepreneur/work-from-home kind of person? Where was the craziest place that you could call your “office”?
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