Monthly Archives: September 2003


I got the job as projectionist at the new AMC cinema in Fiveways. I’m actually quite looking forward to it. I start on the 6th October and I have to go up to Manchester at some point for training. This week has been one of those annoying “registration” affairs. I had to go into Nottingham… Read More »

New Term

Well, I’m about to start back at uni. It’s going to be quite weird, I think. This week is just admin rubbish, next week lectures. I had an interview with AMC Theatres last week for a job as a projectionist, which I think could be very cool. I was shown around the projection rooms, which… Read More »


My arms hurt. I keep hitting Capslock instead of shift and my hands can’t grip anything. I just carried a 21kg TV back from Currys to the flat. A distance of just under a kilometre, according to “”: but it felt like miles. I hurt. That is all.

Information Overload

I’ve been generally faffing the last week. Actually, it’s been quite a busy week, thinking about it. Last weekend seems a long time ago. On monday we had cable installed. I have spent quite a lot of time playing with stuff this week to make stuff work on the network. I think I’ll write that… Read More »

Broadband, boing

The Telewest men arrived this morning at 10.10 (they said they’d be coming between 10am and 2pm, so not bad at all) and did their thing. I asked for them to install the Cable Modem on the Ethernet port, which they did. Then, after they left I set about trying to make it work with… Read More »

New Beginnings

A lot has happened since my last post. I’ll try to be reasonably brief… We did eventually move into our flat reasonably smoothly. We hired a pretty big Luton van (it had a tail-lift and everything, fun!) which I drove. We picked it up at 8am, drove home, and then it was all hands on… Read More »