Hiatus

30 July 2004

Today is my last day in my current job, and tomorrow I move out of Cambridge, back to London. It’s been a lovely two years working at CARET, and I’m going to miss it (and my salary!) dearly. But new horizons await me.

I’m off to Edinburgh University to start a Masters degree in September, in the meantime I’ll be preparing for it back home in London. I’ll have less Internet access there, and I’ll be concentrating on course preparions, so my blogging output will be reduced over the coming month or two, but I’ll do my best to occasionally communicate via teh Interweb.

In the meantime, have a play or two of Catch the paper, an accurate simulation of my last day at work…


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