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Robson's back!

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01-31-2013, 03:08 AM
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Hey guys!

Wow..long time, nearly two years since I last logged in! How's everyone doing? Shame this place hasn't picked up!

So, who's still here and what's everyone up to now? Any new websites/jobs?

It would be great to speak to people like Anthony Bullock, Patrick Paul and some of the old gang...

As for me, shortly after I sold this place I had a few failed websites, then joined the Police for a few years and last October I resigned and now work full-time running my own business hosting Speed Dating events. I run Date in a Dash, we're one of the top speed dating events in London, infact you may have seen me on the new Andrex Washlets advert where they go Speed Dating (that's my brand) and on Wednesday 6th February we're on Gok Wan's Style Secrets so watch out for us!

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01-31-2013, 05:17 AM
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Nice to see another old timer here. Sorry to hear about the failed ventures, sadly that is the fate of most of them. It sounds like you're doing good now though.

Right now I'm studying computer science at the University of Illinois, one of the top programs in the country. I haven't decided precisely what I want to do once out of undergrad, but getting a PhD and going into research continually looks like the best way to go. Business wise I'm pretty much out of the freelance game. I didn't like where I saw the market going and I was getting really bored with the easy programming it involved. I still do the occasional odd job here and there for side money but that's about it these days.

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