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As you noticed, we always like to customize things around our working environment. And yes, we made our own LAN Cables! We actually had fun while working on our 2nd DIY Project. (At least I did.)
Before I begin this post... I must confess that I owe a big apology to my team members. I almost lost all of these photos! Thanks to Jay’s big help, we could recover deleted image files.
Thank you very much for your help again, and I promise it won’t happen again! T^T
Jay and Ted had a tutor from the Telecom Company earlier that day.
He was generous enough to give us tips on creating LAN Cables.
Are you ready to go, people?
Yup, Jay was getting excited about starting the DIY Project!
Jay and Ted... They were perfect DIY Project partners!
Making some noise here! :)
Half of this project is done...
Okay, bring it on...!
From this point, we really started to work as a team.
Untwist colorful LAN cables and cut them approximately 1.5 cm.
Carefully insert each cord to the jack. Make sure the colors match!
Plug your cable into the LAN tester to check if it is assembled successfully.
If the lights go on and off one by one, you are safe.
"You know what color orange is, right........?"
This is how we make a living. Just kidding.
Some serious workers...
By the time we were done, we realized that the slackers were watching over us...
Our DIY Project 02 turned out to be very successful.
We'll be back with more DIY Projects! :)
If you are an iMac user, you‘ve probably seen these smudges inside the screen. These spots bothered us so much, and we finally decided to clean them up with our own hands!
Well, if you are struggling with similar problems, feel free to ask us any questions. (hopefully we have the answers...)
Take the Display’s front glass panel apart from the iMac body by using heavy-duty suction cups.
Probably the most important part of this project.
(Oooops, sorry about the finger prints on the panel! It’s so embarrassing... We’ll clean them up later.)
Okay, let's take a break. Plus, we needed to do some more research...
Clean up the surface of LCD very gently with a microfiber cleaning cloth.
From corner to corner. Be very gentle, please.
Time to reassemble the parts. Jay also taped the sides of the display. Very neat, huh!?
(such a perfectionist!)
You can also vacuum the dust while the display is open!
Spray some windex and gently clean off the finger prints, dusts, and etc...
Set up your Display back on your (messy) desk, and now you’re done.
(And please... please clean up your desk.)
See? Now it's all cleaned up, and we are very satisfied with the way it looks now!
It wasn't easy, but it wasn't too hard!
If we did it, you can do it, too. (maybe not... :p)
It’s always nice to have some plants around the working space. Well, it’s not very easy to keep indoor plants alive (right!?). But the ones at our office seem quite healty and happy. Although it might be a little bit late, we’d like to thank our visitors who gave us beautiful plants as gifts. Thanks to your thoughtful gifts, our office is getting greener and greener!
We have lots of big windows which let enough lights in. I’m in charge of watering the plants, and sometimes I hear them ask for water. (So don't worry! They'll never get dried out.)
This beautiful plant has a sweet letter from Jay’s sister.
Tiny flowers! How cute...
More sweet messages... :)
I love these little ones. They look greener especially on rainy days.
Our intern’s herb. It has grown so much!
Yup, some are called ‘Money Tree’. These trees don't get thirsty easily...
Most pictures were taken during heavy rainy season. I’ll show you how our plants are doing during this fall very soon!
I'm just letting you know that we always welcome more leaves! :)
We moved to Seoul from Bundang on the second day of April.
As it is mentioned in the title of this post, it rained! (You might think "What a horrible day to move in!")
However, all members helped each other SO well that we could finish unpacking the boxes, assembling the desks, and cleaning up the new office on that very day. (from 7 am to 11 pm...? not bad!)
We'd like to share some photos taken on our moving day. This post might give you some tips if you are planing on a very "low budget" do-it-yourself moving project!
This is the last shot of our old office in Bun-dang, which we miss a lot...
It was very weird to see the room getting emptied out!!
First of all, we started packing our stuff the day before the moving day. We got the boxes from a nearest supermarket. We wrapped the chairs one by one with air caps so that they don't get scratches while in transit.
We hired only 'one person' to help us on our moving day because we didn't want to spend too much money on this. More importantly, we thought it would be very meaningful for our team if the members help out each other on our first moving day!
Of course it was not easy at all, but we were encouraging each other and working hard! :)
Waplestore women are strong enough to help! No exceptions! :)
We laid down the table tops on the floor before putting the parts together.
It took us few hours to load and unload our stuff to our new office. After moving our furniture and boxes into the office, we started assembling our new desks.
Desk tops were 'slightly' heavier than we thought!
Okay! Now we're putting the desk parts together. Assembling 9 desks at a time can never be easy...
These photos really show how teamwork works!
We are almost there...
We also had to take a break...
Finally, the desks are all set!
All the members are helping each other to rearrange the tables in the office.
It was quite exciting to see the new office getting organized little by little...
If you are wondering what this is about... There's a ritual called 'Gosa' in Korea in which food is offered to the spirits in order to avoid misfortune and bring good luck. People usually put a head of a pig in the middle of the table! We had a little piggy bank and 'Bossam'(boiled pork dish) which we got as a gift that day.
We also had a little bit of alcohol...
After this ritual, all of our team members shared 'Bossam' for dinner.
After dinner, we opened the gift box from one of our friends, and there was a beautiful flower figurine.
We thought it was a perfect gift for us because we are growing step by step just like the flower.
By the time we called it a day, we were extremely tired.
However, all the members were smiling because we were SO ready to bake dreams from next week! :)
Just a few days ago, we've done to redo our office which is called as the Dream Bakery.
Ms. Emily, who is our first intern designer, have shown a great sense of creating interior items.
Now, we're going to show you how she did, with some pictures. :)
First, she illustrated a big iPhone and posted it on the main window. The iPhone has icons, which represent the materials and the tools for baking a waffle, and SmartDialer™ is on the dock. We now use this window as a whiteboard.
Second, she printed our slogan, 'we bake dreams', and posted it on the left wall. Now, we can see what we're doing at anytime we raise our head!
Third, she drew four animal characters, which represent our members, and put it on the stairs to the second floor. She said the illustration means 'we're baking a waple together'. :)
And fourth, she made the wish board. It was a instrument panel before, she taken off the label and posted her illustration. We posted on there what we want to have and what we want to be, and we now hope we can achieve all our wishes someday!
Last, she made a reading area on the second floor. However, I can't believe that our members have a time for reading books on there, because she put lots of snacks on the bookshelf! ^^;
Actually, I didn't expect her for the interior design, but now I really wonder what she do next! :)