My week of Monday 4 to Sunday 10 July 2016 was full of significance.
First, the last batch of documentation needed to bring my tax compliance disaster up to date was sent to my accountant. There’s still plenty to go in this saga, but that’s the first phase done.
Second, I stepped outside my planned production schedule to create the special podcast episode listed immediately below. It was both fun and scary.
- “The 9pm One Nation Policy Reading”, being The 9pm Edict episode 61, was recorded on Saturday night. You can also listen on SoundCloud and Spreaker.
Articles, Media Appearances, and Corporate Largesse
None, sadly. But all will return in the coming weeks.
The Week Ahead
On Monday, which is almost finished as I write this, I’ll be shifting mental gears away from tax compliance to other things. I’ll be writing for ZDNet, wrapping up the post-production for The 9pm Edict, and then migrating from Ashfield to Lilyfield.
Tuesday is all about a certain interview. Research in the morning, conducting the interview at 1300, then writing something based in that interview for ZDNet.
On Wednesday, I’ll be helping a client automate a routine administration process in their business, and returning to the other much-delayed geek-for-hire projects. That work is likely to continue for the rest of the week.
While the following few weeks are still be be organised, I can say that I’ll be going to theGartner Security & Risk Management Summit in Sydney on 22-23 August, and the AISA National Conference in Sydney on 18-20 October.
[Photo: Sydney Harbour Bridge from Milsons Point Wharf, photographed at dusk on 4 July 2016.]