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Happy To Have A Job

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t happy, I’m bloody chuffed…. I think things are going in a positive direction now and the new job at Interweave IT Solutions in Letchworth is the best start to a new job I’ve ever had.

Obviously, it’s early days, but I have a good feeling about this. Let’s hope this continues. What’s the worst that can happen?

Thanks to Seasick Steve for the inspiration for the title, and to my friends who probably didn’t see me in the three and a half weeks I was out of a job.

P.S. Good luck all those hunting, those in IT feel free to drop me a line and I can assist with some tips etc.


T x


I have big respect for the likes of Evan Williams and Tom Anderson, people who thought of something that hadn’t been done yet, and made names for themselves by creating a phenomenon – something that took the World with storm and is now something of a trend, it’s cool to have Twitter, and for the people that really care, MySpace is still the best social networking site.

I look up to them – and in my mind think they are my true hereos. People that had a great idea and made it happen. Something that I’m very much inspired by, to continue Death Cap Records and make a name for myself. To run my own company, and to be successful.

I will power on, and not succumb or be put off by criticism but make improvements and always continue to better myself.

A day’s hard work (or two)

Okay, so possibly slightly delayed – but I’ve been meaning to post this for some time now. I just wanted to show people how much effort gets put in and how much time gets spent prepping a classroom full of new PCs and Monitors.

These photos were taken from the classroom at Bedford College’s Plumbing Centre – where we had to remove the same amount of old computers (about 5 or so years old) to replace them with brand new base units and flat screen monitors.

Everything has to be taken into consideration, as the mentality (not PC) and the general attitude of the students that would be using them is not the best. So you got to think of how to locate them/tie everything down so it can’t be pinched. (A real shame but this is what the world has come to).

Two of us did this, with some help from Staff to clear the empty boxes and packaging. We then had another room to do upstairs…