Instructables CEO ewilhelm
is in the office today so the Instructables development team decided to cut loose and party!
(Let us know if anything at the site got broken as a result of our messing around - we'll fix it!)
Step 1: Get sauced up
The first step to a good party is to find something tasty to drink. We raided Tim Anderson's
"wrong cabinet" and found our way into his home made batch of kombucha
Interaction Engineers make excellent look-outs.
Step 2: Take the party to the server room
Once your all fired up on kombucha the next logical place to bring the party is right into the server room.
Find some stuff that looks important and unplug it!
We were first drawn to all the pretty CAT-5 cables coming in and out of our network hubs.
Then we found the really important stuff - local servers!
Step 3: Play some games
Find some expensive looking electronics (in this case a few satellite TV boxes) and play leapfrog with them. Remember to hold onto a fist full of network cable that you stole from the server room in the previous step.
Two-person shopping cart races through the hallways is also an exciting addition to any office party.
Step 4: Surf the web of pleasure
At Instructables HQ we obviously do a lot of work on the internet. Most of the time we spend online is therefore business related, but sometimes it's nice to just relax and browse the net for fun.
Step 5: Stop anyone still trying to work
Find anyone who is still managing to work and STOP THEM!
Who knew there were so many uses for network cable?
Step 6: What happens at the party stays at the party...
...Well, not when you work at Instructables where it's part of the job to post instructables about the things we do.
Office parties can be a gateway to office romance. Here randofo
gets some action from the largest Insructables robot sticker ever!
Step 7: Dance Dance Dance
What party is complete without dancing?
Large front desks are not only great places to spread out and work, but also make great places to do the can-can!