About the author

Well I say “author” but I think that’s pushing it a bit, don’t you? I scribble random rubbish here, that’s all. I write the odd thing too and maybe the odd picture sneaks in as well (although you should be aware that I’m no David Bailey).

So who am I? What defines me? Well I could give you a long list of facts (fact one being that I love lists!) but that would be rather dull and retrospective, since where I have been and what I have done, might have very little to do with where I am going and what I might end up doing next.

Suffice it to say that I’ve been involved with air traffic management and more recently software testing and in that latter arena, I’m always looking for the next job. I’m good, so you really should think about hiring me.

I’m also one of the house techies for a small Oxfordshire theatre, where I move scenes, move lamps and move audiences to tears whilst pretending to be a sound engineer.

I’ve been blogging in a number of different places for a few years but have only recently switched over to using WordPress.com which I love.

The picture above was taken from the top of Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire.

If you feel the need, you are welcome to stalk me further on any of these sites (but seriously, why would you?) :


3 Responses to About the author

  1. Come to Cape Town – it’s the IT centre of the most amazing and bizarre country in the world, and everyone is ALWAYS looking for good testers 🙂

  2. thatssojacob says:

    Thanks for visiting my weird world, come back soon!

  3. litadoolan says:

    I agree – the technical side of theatre truly does move people to tears. Bravo. I think the rise in physical theatre proves that. Great to be following your blog. I’m looking forward to reading more.

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