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When you walk into a room and completely forget what you wanted or why your ancestor's brain wasn’t sucked out by a bear!
22nd March 2019
Breathe easy, It’s not just you! You know when you’ve just got up from the sofa and walked into the kitchen to…. To what? You must’ve wanted something, you KNOW you needed something, you came in here for a reason but ….. but are now absolutely baffled as to what it was!
Why are you here?
Opportunity. Sometimes the most wonderful things can happen!
7th March 2019
Opportunity, the Mars rover that has been trundling along for over 15 years has finally "died". I have to say I was actually really moved when I heard, I've been an avid follower of the intrepid little beast for all that time and, with the growth of the internet (and *whispers* Facebook groups) I have seen & heard sights & sounds I'd never have thought possible.......
Entry level AV Technician
25th January 2019
We have a great opportunity to get into the Audio Visual Industry for someone who is interested in the tech, but also likes real-life interaction with people! Someone who, perhaps, has had some experience with related equipment at college, or has a qualification that could now be used practically (Music Technology or similar, that's always a good one!).
If you are interested, or know of someone whose interest will be peaked, please get in touch or let them know. They will need a CV but it's the person behind it we're interested in - someone who would grasp the opportunity to join a close knit company and enjoy being trained to use professionally the tech. they love. Take a look.
The Borg Queen!
18th January 2019
In my last blog I said our mobile phones were "making cyborgs of us all". I've been pondering this quite a lot since and wondered which bits of us, of our bodies, would be enhanced.
Londoners, buses, and the inexorable progression of everyday tech....
11th January 2019
Coming to work this morning on the train I looked up from my "phone" (why do we still think of them as phones?) to find almost everyone else in the carriage plugged in or jabbing their finger at a mini-keyboard. I'm not one of those nay-sayers who bemoan the demise of talking to your fellow travellers (I'm a Londoner, for goodness sake, why on Earth would I want to do that?) and I certainly don't think mobiles are the route to all evil, I LOVE my phone, I'd be lost without it. I've also recently been hearing about life on the buses, how everything changes but everything stays the same, and somehow the two things merged into one.