Our CD just praised my work.
My mouse movements so far this morning.
Client presentation and writing up ideas. Interesting to see which screens get used most during putting together the deck.
I don’t tend to put things about myself up on HYC but as Charlotte was nice enough to want to interview me, I thought it would be nice to give her blog and writing some love and attention.
I’m not really a man of mystery - just I don’t tend to post much about myself on the HYC blog and what I personally get up to. I try to leave it as an open platform.
Anyhow in case you’ve missed it…
Man of not much Mystery.
HYC Founder Daniel James Evans talks about Social Media, why calling someone a Guru means nothing and why he’ll never have a perfect day.
You can read the interview here
A good friend of mine has a pretty good blog and website, so you should check it out.
An interesting interview
I wanted an exclusive *Spotlight* with Daniel who just happens to be the co-founder of 3Doodler. The 3Doodler team aspired to design a 3D printing device that could be used within minutes, without needing any technical knowledge, software or computers. They also wanted it to be affordable as well as fun, so that anyone can 3Doodle! I was intrigued, inspired and compelled to find out more about the man and to experiment with his crazy cool invention!
Read the full interview at http://charlottemaryrose.com/#/3doodler-exclusive/
I’ve recently being using a fitbit on and off to track how much walking about I do and how fit I am. It has been great. My only complaint really is that it is far to polite.
It is always telling me “I’m almost there”, “Doing great" and "nailed it”. That’s no way to get a fatty like me to put down the pizza and get moving.
So I’ve made this more honest and brutal report - one that would either “kill or cure” I’d either get up and get moving or break down and cry.
How many calories does crying burn off btw?