Posts Tagged: Work

Weeknote 17th December 2023

A short weeknote for a relatively short week as I was ill for a few days. My iMac finally sold and was collected by the new owner, it seems to be going to a good home. The longevity of Apple hardware is unique in the world of technology I feel, I do sometimes wonder whyContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 10th December 2023

I was in London for a Christmas event with a supplier on Tuesday evening. The event took place at a rooftop bar deep in the City of London – a venue I imagine would be fabulous in the summer months. As I made my way there in a cab I noticed the names and officesContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 26 November 2023

A week like this week makes writing a weeknote a little challenging as it has been really rather quiet. I forgot to mention that I managed to catch an Apple Studio Display on the refurb store and it arrived last week. This week’s nerd action has therefore been planning and executing a cable free deskContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 19th November 2023

A relatively quiet week but ended with a great weekend away in London. Formula One Degree of Separation We enjoyed watch the Brawn documentary on Disney+ and I really enjoyed realising my one degree of separation from the main protagonists. Episode one opens with footage of Ross Brawn whilst at Beatrix Lola using a rollingContinue Reading ›

Yet Another Reorg

“We trained hard but it seemed that every time we were beginning to form up into teams, we would be reorganised. I was to learn later in life that we tend to meet any new situation by reorganising; and a wonderful method it can be for creating the illusion of progress while producing confusion, inefficiencyContinue Reading ›

The Creative Process – A Sketch

I love this sketch from my friend Brendan Dawes – it conveys the creative process beautifully. I’ve seen Brendan use this in his talks, and as he says, it’s always met with a flurry of smartphone action, I may even have snapped it myself. Brendan is now releasing it as a robot drawn print in a limited editionContinue Reading ›