In a few weeks time I will sadly no longer be making the trog to work up to the delightful Bush House. For us in New Media, this delightful location in the heart of London's west end will just be a distant memory, for we're moving to the less glamorous White City.
Posts about Work
Oh course you can never say never. Who knows what the future may hold - especially in five years time. But there are times you have to think about that future. And right now, it doesn't matter what the BBC says or does. I don't want to go back to Manchester.
I love Bush House and I will miss it when we leave.
After many months of work, one of my big projects finally got submitted to the Quality Assurance (QA) team yesterday. It's slightly late but it's finally met a major milestone in the project.
This is the tale of Project Duck and how it interacts with Project Hen. Oh and with Project Heron. And Project Albatross. And all this relates to Project Robin too. Oh and have I mentioned Project Sparrow yet?
Normally work away days fit into two categories - dull and tedious, or arty-farty with stupid exercises crap. But sometimes they have their uses...
Today has been a little... odd.
Don't you just love it when internal project names end up on big documents that are released to the public?
The news that Michael Grade will be the next chairman of the BBC was (as has been reported by the media) welcomed by most of the staff at the BBC.
It was perhaps the biggest example of the BBC staff 'making it happen'. A full page advert in the Daily Telegraph yesterday paying tribute to the work done by Greg Dyke, and asserting their belief that the BBC should continue to be independent, and continue to be an independent organisation that best serves the public who pay for it.