My week Monday 30 May to Sunday 5 June 2016 was disrupted by a cold or somesuch — perhaps caught at AusCERT 2016, perhaps just the change-of-season illness that seems to have spread down the entire east coast of Australia — and then by Sydney’s massive rainstorms of 4–5 June.
I’m therefore well behind schedule, so I’ll keep this brief.
- “The 9pm Edict Public House Forum 3” was recorded on Saturday, and the final version will be produced and posted on Wednesday 8 June.
None. I’ve got tons of recorded interviews, however, so I’ll be sorting them out soon enough.
- The video of the AusCERT 2016 Speed Debate from 27 May has been posted. I was one of eight panellists.
- On Saturday, during a break in the recording of The 9pm Edict, I was filmed drinking a cold deconstructed coffee.
- One of my photos has been used to illustrate a story at Travel with Pedro.
- One of my tweets had its wisdom recognised by Sydney Morning Herald, who chose it as their Tweet of the Day.
The Week Ahead
I should be in Sydney for the whole week once again. With few specific appointments locked in so far, I’ll be working at my own pace through the neverending tax bookkeeping, the geek-for-hire projects which are way behind schedule, and some writing for ZDNet. In roughly that order.
There are three fixed commitments, however.
- On Monday through Wednesday, I’ll edit, mix and post The 9pm Edict Public House Forum 3.
- On Wednesday afternoon, I’m recording a radio spot which will be broadcast on ABC Radio’s digital streams on Saturday afternoon. Check my Twitter feed on the day for the exact time.
- On Wednesday evening, I’m doing a radio spot on ABC 774 Melbourne at 1930 AEST.
The weekend is unplanned, and it’s the long weekend for the Queen’s Birthday.
[Update 8 June 2016: Edited to reflect some schedule changes. Update 11 June 2016: Edited to add the Tweet of the Day item.]
[Photo: Crossing Anzac Bridge, photographed on 4 June 2016 during Sydney’s massive two-day rainstorm.]