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Tuesday, 12 June 2007

facing up to work and Luton...

I'm in the midst of another working week - this time a little longer, since I was called upon to do some more interviewing yesterday. I have something of a reprieve from the oven-like office tomorrow, since it's Eleanor's sports day, so I'll be working at home around it; it's one of the fringe benefits of a more specialist support role.

The interviews - once again - were a mixed bag of small-scale disorganisation (one of the teams took it upon themselves to create their own marking structure, which risk making the results meaningless..!) and made for another long day, but I had a couple of opportunities to top myself up with rooibois tea, so it wasn't too intensive.

So.. what have I seen today? Well, after dipping my toe into Facebook for the first time a couple of days ago (I saw twitters about it, and thought I'd give it a go) my network has already started to grow, and I'm finding quite a few faces from past and present on there. If you're there, why not look me up? I'm the james Hart who looks like a grinning loon.

I subscribe to our local police Safer Neighbourhoods Team newsletter, and there were a couple of rather interesting links in there (some small comfort after the recent incident in Luton town centre):

  • Street seen : An opportunity for people who have a little community spirit to help look after their part of town
  • immobilise.com : an international website one which the type and serial number of possessions can be registered, so if they're stolen, and then turn up, they can be returned to their owner (maybe!)

Posted by james at June 12, 2007 10:30 PM


 
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