What’s that? It’s a CV!

In case you happened to be looking for it, this is my CV in unattractive but easy to email form (my timeline is a less authoritative but more fun accompaniment). If you have any comments on the CV, I’d be glad to hear them, and I’ll be thinking more about exactly what I want to do, but initial options are:

  • Another web-oriented job (development, IA, etc). If it was with interesting people, on sites I liked, and in an evironment in which I was learning new skills, I’d like to continue with this. (UpMyStreet is failing me with the latter factor.)
  • Web-development freelance/contract work that will give me occasional time to pursue other things away from the awful glowing screen.
  • Something more futures-oriented. A harder beast to pin down, this species of job. I’d like to use the skills I learned and interests I developed while studying for my future studies masters, but how to do that is a bit of a mystery to me.
  • A job testing the readability of interesting books in the light of the Mediterranean sun.

Any thoughts, comments, pointers or laughter in the face of impending recession are welcome.

Comments

  • “A job testing the readability of interesting books in the light of the Mediterranean sun”.
    You could do a list of dream jobs, test driver for Ferrari etc, turn it into a web site BillyLiar.org. A dream comes to you, you hold on to it, amplify it, flesh out some detail so that it becomes a guiding light and perhaps ultimately a reality.

    “Something more futures-oriented. A harder beast to pin down, this species of job. I