11am: Arrive at work, check out crack pipe from inventory 11:05am - noon: Read online forums, cackle at victims; crack pipe Noon - 1pm: Read latest standards documents; write code that is in technical compliance but to any sane observer appears screamingly inept, baroque, buggy, unusable and downright dangerous 1pm - 2pm: Lunch with friend from International Tax Code Writers' Union; compare notes 2pm - 3pm: Review usability testing results; remove all discovered usability 3pm - 3:30pm: Bonghits 3:30pm - 4:00pm: Reading - "Transparency, The Apple Way (S. Jobs)" 4:00pm - 4:30pm: Notice latest production firmware code does not include enough potential bricking bugs; run random bug generator 4:30pm - 5:00pm: Notice company has minor hardware revision upcoming; write entirely new firmware implementation for it for no apparent reason 5:00pm: Home, with a warm fuzzy feeling of achievement 5:30pm - 11:30pm: Tease dog by pretending to throw ball 11:35pm: Watch Leno