Octagon Technology have been at Lincoln City Football Club all day, helping with the IT systems before tomorrow’s game. We are also onsite tomorrow to provide IT support during the match.
Octagon have a full team onsite today, helping with training, cabling, installing new printers and scanners and working with some specialist IT suppliers.
I was on the mystery phone, on the William Wright show today, on BBC Radio Lincolnshire talking about IT support, cybercrime and backups for business.
Just before William called me he spoke about how the phone has been out and about for several months and is accompanied by business cards and a charger. So I thought as Octagon is an IT company I’d better charge the phone before passing it on.
I am at the Lincoln Hotel for The Business Network Lincoln lunch and after that I am going to Positive Networking at The Orton Hall Hotel in Peterborough.
What a difference in six weeks – see here.
Today is the 2000th day of making “a photo a day”.
The photos have covered many subjects, from flowers and plants (one of my most popular subjects) to mountain views, camping and computer screens. The subjects of the images have been very varied, it depends on what catches my eye that day.
The photos made whilst camping, walking and backpacking are among my favourites.
Some days I get plenty of time to find a shot, others it is jammed into a busy schedule, hence the computer screens! Some photos have been for the Octagon Technology blog – that particular image was going to be yesterday’s photo but I passed a rose in my way home, that had caught a few rain drops, so I changed my mind.
Using my iPhone makes this project sustainable – it is always within reach and the image processing and blogging software is right there. Occasionally I have been without internet access and the photo has been posted the next day, (I adjust the blog date so the sequence is not broken), but that does not happen often.
No big tips on how to take a photo every day, except have your camera at hand.
So that’s it – day 2000, onto 2001, 2002, 2003…