I have a new job. To those not paying too much attention it might not look radically different from my old job. I'll keep you posted as to how different it really is.
I have to admit getting rid of my myspace was partly because I knew this new job was coming up and myspace - if you're a consumer, not a publiciser of creative work hoping to be in touch with your consumers - is a bit babyish, I feel. I certainly didn't welcome the time one of my students found me on myspace. So I am not there anymore. I only started that myspace account because I was writing about things like that for The Big Issue (that's my story, I'm sticking to it, and it's true, though it's also true that I got a bit into myspace and the cool people I could contact through it). Though I daresay a student could pretty easily happen upon this blog. That, I think, is OK though I daresay they will be daunted by its general boringness.
Warning: the following information may be considered scintillating by some:
Tomorrow I am going to Oakleigh.