Adjustment period

I know I make all sorts of excuses for why I don’t update, but this one is pretty major.

I started a new job a week and a half ago.

It’s a web development job similar to what I was doing before but different enough to consume a lot of mental energy. I’m going through a lot of training right now, and unlike my previous job — where I could sneak in quite a bit of writing — I barely have time to keep up with the news, let alone get through reviews.

I don’t know if it will level off because the new office is staffed by eight people, with four developers including myself. And the plate, it is full. I get the sense that once I get up to speed, I’ll have more than enough to keep me occupied. (By comparison, my previous job employed 4,000 worldwide.)

I tend not to write on the weekends because that’s when I do stuff with Eponymous 4, but I may have to reconsider. The change in work schedule alone has forced me to rearrange a lot of things.

Of course, I’ll pop up on the Facebook page if I run across something interesting, so please consider becoming a fan. (Yes, that’s antiquated Facebook terminology now, but I refuse to use "like" as an action verb.)

Till then, keep listening!


  • Id says:

    Ah, good luck with your new job Greg! I’m not exactly sure whether it’s a good thing that your new job will eat up so much of your time. On the one hand, at least you’re occupied, and on the other, well, I guess your site is being compromised. In any case, I’ll follow your FB page, I’ve already come across some interesting info that I had no idea about just from scanning the first couple of entries.

  • NemesisVex says:

    Thanks! This week seems to have leveled off a bit, and I’m starting to get accustomed to a new routine. I hope to be writing again soon after the new Cocco album comes out, because there’s no way I can’t weigh in on that!

  • Id says:

    Wow. See? That’s what I’m talking about. I had no idea a new Cocco album was even coming out. I’m so out of the loop these days without Musicwhore and with Keikaku completely dead, I’ve just gone back to listening to North American/British/Canadian indie music. I guess her stint with Singer Songer and scrubbing beaches is over then? Thank god, I missed the crazy Cocco. I’m curious how this new album will sound after she mellowed out so much. And if it sucks, at least I’ll have a new MotFD album in August to look forward to.