I’ve fallen in love. Starstruck. With a particular company that is. I’ll do the job-negotiation thing when I’m back from my Easter holiday, and when I’m more level-headed. Negotiations would be rather one-sided if I’m all “moonlight-and-roses” over the company when I apply.
If the courtship proves successful, it will be followed by good hard work, in the tech/software industry. At forty hours per week. (Hmm, unless I negotiate a four-day work-week, doesn’t that sound tempting? Hehe, student memes still rule my mind.) It looks like a good place for me to try to make my contribution.
Amateur science and amateur theology will be granted some of my free time. I’ve gained some knowledge and experience while procrastinating on my thesis, knowledge I still want to share and develop further, at least this year anyway. Maybe I’ll loose interest before year’s end. In the meantime, I’ll keep the melodrama in check by maintaining a little more distance. (A full-time job will also ground me better than somewhat frustrating contract work.)
A couple of potentially controversial posts are coming up this week, I will do my utmost to maintain a neutral or journalistic tone. I still reserve the right to editorialise though. The pot needs a good stir every so often.