I'm currently sat at my desk at home staring at pictures of cakes and stars. There's a reason for this. And it's to do with work.
Posts about Work
Last night after work we had one of those rare moments - and end of year review, followed, of course, by some celebratory drinks.
Today was my first day back in work after a week off. A week that included (in part) relaxing on the Isle of Wight, following by sitting around the house for a few days doing very little. Ah, lovely. So after all that tranquility, what did I return to? The delights of an all day planning meeting...
Today was another big day in BBCi land thanks to the latest launch from one of the projects I work on. Although you probably won't notice any difference...
In accordance with the the new BBC 'Guidelines on Employees Personal Weblogs and Webspaces', I am hereby informing you that I, Andrew Paul Bowden, have a personal website that includes a weblog.
I recently moved desks at work, which has had some unual implications.
It's good (although slightly embarassing!) to hear praise for ones work, but there's ultimately something more important to me about getting through the interview last week, for it was the final vindication for a decision I made three years ago.
In my desk draw at work is a box full of about 400 business cards which I got given not long after I became an assistant producer.
As you may or may not have heard, the BBC Broadcast has renamed itself. It's done this cos it's not part of the BBC, being now owned as it is, by an Australian bank, who are of course an obvious owner for the company.
Wow. Either someone has decided I can take 17 months off work, and only decided to tell me 10 months in, or someone was testing a new system.