After 6 months of searching since graduation, I finally got a full-time job that I started Monday. I'm working for a local company installing A/V equipment for businesses, schools, churches and residences. The company I work for has some really impressive equipment, and some of the jobs entail more than I understand at this point... but I will learn in time. It may not be the area of technology that I got my degree in, but I'm glad that I'm actually working with technology and expanding my horizons. I knew that A/V and I.T. were integrating more rapidly, but it's been amazing to see much of it first-hand over the past couple of days. The nice thing is that the integration is very impressive and functional in so many ways, but extremely user-friendly at the same time. On the other hand, the installation part is pretty difficult for some things, and for that reason I have a lot to learn. Unfortunately, I won't be in front of my computer posting here all day long anymore, but I'm certainly not going away either. Just wanted to share my exciting news and maybe even talk about A/V some if anybody's interested... just be warned that I'm no expert yet!