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Because you already know too much about me

Using memes to extend the exercise of radical transparency,

A) Four jobs I have had in my life (other than current job):
Research scientist, radio engineer, gentlemen's outfitter, and e-commerce consultant.

B.) Four movies I would watch over and over:
LA Story, Lord of the Rings, Oceans (11, 12 and 13), and The City Of Lost Children.

C.) Four places I have lived
Jersey, Bath, Chelmsford, and Borehamwood.

D.) Four TV shows that I watch
Shark, Psych, Boston Legal, and Las Vegas.

E.) Four places I have been:
New Zealand, Hong Kong, Newfoundland, and Herm.

F.) People who e-mail me (regularly):
Mary, my editors, my server, and PR folk.

G.) Four of my favourite foods:
Battered plaice, good sushi, a nice breakfast scramble with chicken apple sausage, and bacon.

H. ) Four places I would rather be right now:
Browsing a Frys in San Jose, exploring the zoo in San Diego, walking through the Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, and having a latte at the Park Cafe in Marahau.

J.) Four things I am looking forward to this year:
FiRE, MIX08, driving from Las Vegas to San Jose, and visiting the Getty Villa

K.) Four favourite authors:
Tim Powers, Walter Jon Williams, Jennifer Crusie, and Sean Williams

Comments

blue_condition
Feb. 18th, 2008 01:04 pm (UTC)
> MIX08

We're looking at attending that - genuinely useful event or MS bigging itself up?
sbisson
Feb. 18th, 2008 05:03 pm (UTC)
Like all corporately run conferences, it's both. If you're building ASP.NET or Silverlight, or working with IE, then it's essential.

The "conversation" is there, but it's more hype than not. I tend to think of Mix as the webby bits of the PDC and TechEd given their own show.