Working from home is so better than I expected it to be. I was worried that I would be too easily distracted and wouldn't get enough done. Quite the opposite happened. There are these network traces that I needed to get stats on. I got four of them done in half a day at the office on Wednesday, which I thought was pretty decent at the time. I burned through fifteen of them today. There is something to be said for not having people strike up random conversations around you all day.
It wasn't perfect, though. I had so far neglected to get my Password-O-Doom reactived, so I was unable to help harrock today, and of course the number that I need to call to get that done is written down on physical paper at my cube in my office. Oops.
If things go as well tomorrow I would love to work from home more, though I suspect I should not do it too much. People need to physically see you in the office for various reasons. Out-of-sight=out-of-mind was demonstrated this morning when twe apparently had to stop my boss from stealing my copy of the license to the software I was using. It's too bad about that. Being able to get work done and nurse Margaret would be a great thing, but I think days like this will have to be the exception rather than the rule because of the way human psychology works.