Saturday, March 21, 2009

The future

Big changes are ahead in my personal life, as I've accepted a position with a local gasturbine generator manufacturer, and will be saying goodbye to my seafaring carreer, finally I must add :-)
This new job will still mean a lot of travel on my part, and I will have to see how I can schedule my life and how this affects my hobbies, although I think I'll be able to spend more time on that, or at least more regular. While this may mean that this blog will not get updated as frequently as I'd like perhaps, I do hope that these updates will be an interesting read, as I will be re-united with my MOTM on a more frequent basis, and will work on patches etc more often. John L Rice has inspired me making his Youtube video's, and I am considering doing something similar too, I will need to buy a video camera at some stage to provide good quality footage, but we'll see about that in due course.

I'll keep you all posted.

T J

3 Comments:

Blogger synthetic said...

Congratulations on the new career.

Seafaring?

2:43 AM  
Blogger K2K Koos said...

yup, I did over 15 years of it, chief electrical engineer at Holland America Line, hence the sometimes long time between updates on my own synth, I hope to report on that a bit more often soon. :-)

9:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats, Koos! One of my best friends retired a few years ago as cheif engineer for Mersk(formerly Sealand)

I'm glad you've been inspired by my videos . . .which reminds me . . I need to make some more! ;-) I look forward to seeing yours!

John L Rice

9:37 PM  

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