Do you work here?

A woman at the train station kept asking me detailed questions about her journey. I wasn’t able to help so I sent her to the ticket office. It was only then that I looked down to see I was wearing my school ID badge. She must have thought I was a really unhelpful staff member.

Feel free to let me know when you’ve ever been mistaken for staff.

@anunknowncomic

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No man is an island.

instapic

My management team told me I should join Instagram as that will give me access to an even wider audience. (even wider than the one I’ve already got??)

Not one to ignore my advisors I’m now on Instagram @anunknowncomic. This is also my Twitter handle #branding.

Feel free to check out either or both. Cheers.

I also do a comedy prongcast.

I’m not Paul Nuttall

Unlike Paul Nuttall I know what is written on my website. Mainly because I wrote it.

Recently, I re-did my ‘About Me’ page. I’ve tried to reflect the creative projects I’m involved in, plus my work with young people in education.

Til next time, be nice to each other.

Should you have time, take a listen to my comedy prongcasts. Cheers

@anunknowncomic

Have you found a job thanks to Linkedin?

Hola. Hope you are well.

Every now and again I feel I should do something to elevate my career from its near comatose┬ástate. This was my mindset last summer, when whilst off work for 6 weeks (school holidays) and feeling energised, I decided to join Linkedin. I have to admit I didn’t really know what I was doing (I still don’t).

Since then, I’ve not really done much with it, til now. In the last week I’ve ‘connected’ with people who requested a connection, all people I already knew, is it technically networking if I already know them? In addition to this I now ‘follow’ a number of organisations, whatever that means.

Should you have any tips on how I can make the most out of being on Linkedin, feel free to let me know. Alternatively let me know if you’ve found a job thanks to Linkedin. Cheers. You can contact me via the comments button or on Twitter @anunknowncomic

Til next time, be nice to each other.

Should you have any spare time, check out my comedy prongcast

 

Organising a meet up in a pub

Hola. Hope you are well.

I went back to Manchester recently for my mate’s wedding (I was the best man). Prior to my return, I decided to ‘reach out’ and txted a number of people I’d not seen for a while. In the message I told people I would be in a designated pub at 8pm on the Thurs and for them to come along should they be around. As is often the case with these things, the people who couldn’t make it contacted me straight away.

By the evening of the meet up I only had one person who had confirmed they could make it. As I was walking to the pub I got a txt off this person saying they were too ill to make it.

This left me in the odd situation where I still had to go to the pub just in case those people who hadn’t contacted me at all, turned up.

By 8:15 no one had turned up, neither had my pint (apparently they were changing to barrel) but then my pint turned up, as did a colleague who I used to work with in the late 90’s. She proceeded to repeat back things I’d said from that period, all of which I had no recollection of.

I’m not sure what the moral of this story is, if there is one at all.

Til next time, stay safe!

@anunknowncomic

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Making yourself harder to hack

Hola. Hope you are well.

In no way am I condoning the actions of the people who leak naked pictures of celebrities but if you are a celebrity (or even if you’re not) and you are thinking of taking a naked picture of yourself or filming yourself in an ‘intimate’ situation, then you may want to think again.

Instead of recording these things for posterity you may wish to upload them to the hard drive in your head, your memory. Although not always reliable your memory is harder to hack.

What I don’t understand is how the hackers are able to access the pictures even when they’ve been deleted. Especially when you think if your computer crashes, losing all your work, it’s virtually impossible to get any of it back, no matter how many boffins you ask. I suppose that’s just one of the many conundrums of modern life.

Til next time, stay safe!

@anunknowncomic

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