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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Interview prep

The slide presentation is done, saved to my desktop (and printed out for the panel in case the technology fails), my question sheet is being drafted...
two of the three refs have been re-confirmed, my research on every link of their website is nearly done, I've collected all sorts of archival stuff to show from my shelves and one of the sheds (yes there's more than one - his and hers!), a bag of USB sticks with more archival stuff, I'll lug my laptop, two satchels and a whole suitcase full of heavy stuff - like a legal commission! Haven't even thought about what to wear. Can't afford a groovy haircut or the shoes - have to hope they'll just listen to my fabulous words. I'm planning to tell the story of ID work in bullet point form. Are you still awake??

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