On Sunday, February 2, 2014, I—with more deep unbelief and sadness than most on that day, I would wager—stared open-mouthed at text on a web page that told me Philip Seymour Hoffman (age 46) was dead. 1,955 more words
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Yes, it has been some days since my last entry. I’ve been somewhat busy, what with a visiting guest (who was beyond amazing), rewriting sections of stuff to make it fit, panic attacks over an employment fixture and formulating the item that became the essay that was placed here just over a week ago. 136 more words
It’s been a long week.
For me that involves hour upon hour sitting in front of a laptop, staring aimlessly at multiple excel spreadsheets, attempting to “streamline and optimise” them, “identifying low hanging fruit”, “implementing win-win efficiency gains”, and attending meetings about how develop a “plan of attack” on how we should conduct meetings “moving forward” No, I have no idea what it means either! 543 more words