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Working from home – ten tips


It was a while ago, but I wrote once about working from home. In the current world maybe it would be useful for some to revisit them, so here is the link: 

the lockdown log 2


Last time I talked about some pf my experiences of working in lockdown situations and this time I will describe another couple of incidents that came to mind. Hopefully they might amuse you. Read more…

the lockdown log 1


How does a consultant work in a lockdown? We Skype! (Other video conferencing apps are available). For me lockdown is not that foreign a way of working though for I have been through it in various forms a few times over the years. Read more…

a rant on panic buying


One of my current jobs is in the retail food sector where we are seeing, in the first two hours of trading every day, greater transaction numbers that we see in the same time on the heaviest day before Christmas. Read more…

on seeing it all again


It is a very strange world at the moment, but it has been a but strange for the last three years and those of my age have seen much of it before in one way or another. For example Covid-19 may be a new strain, but I grew up in the shadow of diseases like Polio in the fifties and then in the sixties we had, aside from the fact that we might get a 4 minute warning that we were being Nuked, things like the Hong Kong ‘flu epidemic of the latter part off that decade. Read more…