Aug 31st will officially be my last day of employment with SpinVox.
As you may be aware, things have been quite tense and anxious of late (at least when I’ve been in the country anyway), and it’s become very clear to me that my predicted shelf-life for this chapter of my career was accurate. It’s time to move on.
In fairness to SpinVox, I had every intention of leaving around about now so this timetable of events has always been on the cards. Trust me when I say: I will take much of what I’ve learnt in my time in Marlow long into my professional life.
What next? Well, I’m talking to some people about prospective new projects, but right now, I’m just looking forward to being back in London and taking a much needed break.
Although, on that note, if you think there’s a project we should be working together on either now, or in the future, then by all means get in touch.
You can reach me – as always – on james at whatleydude dot com
Here we are, nearing the end of November and, what with yesterday being my birthday – WOO- HOO! – I’m now officially working towards getting Mobile Geeks of London V out of the way next week so I can pack myself off for a well-deserved three day break.
I told you before about all the stuff going on this month right? Well, as a result, I’ve now got SO much stuff to blog… it’s quite insane.
To the point where I may have to go back to posting daily again!
So where to start? Spain. That’s as good a place as any… 😀
As you may’ve noted from my last post, I recently had to travel to Madrid on some work related gubbins.
The schedule was a bit frantic:
Plane here, interview there, car here, interview over there, train to that place, flight to this place… and so on – but really ‘Non-Stop’ really doesn’t do it justice.
However, between all the frantic flying around I did manage to a fair bit of footage while I was travelling – most of it is just me fooling around and stuff… Y’know, the usual 😉
Anyway – here’s the end result –
(this one’s only a couple of mins long – much shorter than my last effort – feedback noted)
Whenever I’m asked to present and/or share a new idea with the team(s) at work I always get a flash of fear that, if I don’t go in prepared, the whole thing will turn out a little bit like this: