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Moving Office

I’ve been a bit busy lately. After some serious downsizing and a shift of administration work from Thailand back to London; we’ve had a fairly extensive downsize. Where before Jarno and I had about 350 square meters between the two of us; we now have about 25…!

To be honest, however, I find the move is actually good. the most noticeable change has been the reduction in echo noise in the office. The new place is much cosier (and better organised) which means it is much quieter. I’ve set up an old IBM thinkpad to stream some jazz radio station from itunes so the whole place has a calmer feel.

Another great thing about the change is that it has allowed me to cull all the stuff we just didn’t need or use anymore. We managed to collect 7 years of krap. I have enjoyed throwing it all away. 🙂

Anyhow; just about done. I’m now drawing up a lease for a new Aussie mob who are going to be renting out our old office space. We’re still in the same building (pics at www.argylesharrow.com) so it will now be one of my jobs to act as site manager for the renting people.

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