english breakfast.

I managed to fall asleep around 9pm last night, mainly trying to convince myself that I didn’t need to gorge myself with the copious amount of chocolates the hotel left in my room. Woke up around 4am (BST), so jetlag is in full swing. I also forgot to buy water last night, so waking up before the crack of dawn was mostly just me memeing and contemplating whether or not London tap water is a wise choice. Spoilers: it wasn’t. The saving grace for my morning was an English breakfast, the most enjoyable part being the fact that it was down the street from work/hotel. Otherwise, it was pretty bland and quite tasteless. I later learned that one should only get an English breakfast if they make everything from scratch and freshly made just for you.

I’m supposed to be catching up with the CEO sometime today, but he apparently is not going to be in today. I’m not sure how that’s going to work out, so I’ll probably just continue working on formalizing docs for the new DSDS-based platform (IMO should be renamed).

comparing NY vs. UK

Continuing with my goal of understanding the differences between NY and UK, I’m going to try to add some minimal observations comparing the 2. The first one today is about meetings.

Holy crap, London has a much better meeting/work ratio:

Free Time R Us

I love working in the morning, where I feel like I’m most productive, but this is how a typical day in NY is:


IMO, the whole company should aspire to be A little less Hudson, a little more Thames.

Written on April 2, 2019