As the weekend draws to a close, I’m feeling quite closed off and quiet this evening. Not exactly sure why… part of it seems to be a little feeling of singleness I think. Which is something I thought I was content with. Guess I need to work on that a little.
The week ahead should be quite awesome. I have Friday off to head down to Stump early, which is already a great start. There’s not much on tomorrow. Actually, I don’t think there’s too many meetings on this week at all – massive contrast to last week. But they’ll probably build a little during the week. Tomorrow I’m actually hoping to head off to have yum cha for lunch with some of the guys that I used to work with. We’ve been trying to organise that for about 2 weeks but we always get caught up in meetings!
And on Tuesday is a fairly massive media launch event of some new mobile stuff at Fox Studios – I’m heading off to that to do some demonstrating, which is quite awesome. I’m hoping that breakfast will be served. That will be very cool and exciting indeed. I’m looking forward to telling you about that when it’s publicly announced, cos it’s amazing stuff.
I just did the Myers-Briggs personality test on myself and came up with these results:
Your personality type is ENFJ.
Extraverted (E) 93% Introverted (I) 7%
Intuitive (N) 55% Sensing (S) 45%
Feeling (F) 80% Thinking (T) 20%
Judging (J) 73% Perceiving (P) 27%
I love that for three out of the four I’m so incredibly on one side of the fence :)
In music stuff… I got a free Foo Fighters’ tshirt when I bought their album yesterday. I’m yet to listen to the whole album, but I do like what I hear so far. The Cat Empire’s new album is amazing. There’s more evolution of their sound on this – the same sort of evolution that we saw between their self-titled and Two Shoes. But I love it. The title track, So Many Nights is a standout tune, as well as Fishies; this upbeat, swing/ska tune. It will be brilliant to see these tracks live too.
I climb the ladder of those black and white keys,
They take me out and into places; some are real and some imaginary.
And though she sways between a mystery and light,
She walks with me, she walks with me alone into the night.