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Posted on September 25, 2009. Filed under: All, Education, forensic, life | Tags: , |

Well – I’ve finally done what I’ve been threatening to. The daily grind of academia has become too much to bear, so I’ve quit – for now. The thought of another year of massive overload and trying to juggle all the admin. with the development and delivery of course material was just too much. So, now I have about a month to figure out what the heck I’m going to do next.

Fortunately, the network of contacts that I have is proving quite useful – at least, no-one has told me to get lost yet 😉

So, plans for next week ? Well, on Tuesday I’m speaking at “The Investigator” magazine’s conference in Towcester so Monday is haircut and presentation writing day. Thursday is taken up with closing off marking and admin at the old job and on Friday I should be in Hull to work on a paper with BCT – REAL work at last!

Hmm – looks like Wednesday is the only empty day in there, and that will be spent updating the website for my book ( http://www.digitalforensics.org.uk/ ) so that anyone who has a copy will be able to use it as a supporting resource. When that’s done, it’ll be time to update the company website too ( http://www.n-gate.net/ ) as well as sending out as many copies of my CV as my poor little printer can churn out.

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