Forensicating

Interviews with digital forensics practitioners

In one of my day jobs, I edit Forensic Focus, which includes writing articles, interviewing key industry figures, and spending far too much of my life at conferences.

Recently I’ve interviewed a few people about their areas of forensic expertise, so I thought I’d share them here in case you missed them.  Continue reading “Interviews with digital forensics practitioners”

Psychology

Interview With Dr. Walid Abdul-Hamid, Consultant Psychiatrist And Clinical Director, Priory Dubai

I caught up with Dr. Walid Abdul-Hamid, Consultant Psychiatrist & Clinical Director at Priory Dubai, to talk about mental health, living abroad, and the options Priory has for those who need help.

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Personal, Travel

2016 Reflections: My #2016topnine on Instagram

It’s coming up to one of my favourite times of year. No, not Christmas; new year. The time to reflect, to look back over the past twelve months, work out what went well and what could have gone differently, and think about whether I’ve attained the goals I set out at the beginning of the year, and what my goals for next year might be.

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Freelance Life

Introducing Freelance Fridays!

Some of my favourite features on other people’s blogs are interviews with various people. Sarah does her ‘True Stories’ series, where people share interesting things about themselves. Caitlin does her ‘Vegan Traveller’ series, which documents people who travel whilst following a vegan diet.

So, in true blogger style, I thought I’d steal borrow the whole interview idea and set up my own interview series.

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Books

Interview: Scott Thompson, Author of Eight Days

Scott, your new book Eight Days comes out in March 2016. Tell us a bit about the story and what inspired you to write it.

I can’t remember the exact moment when the idea for Eight Days came about. Usually new story ideas come fast, through a dream or event, but this one came slowly. I do know that several people who I cared for had died within a year or so. Two of them died within a couple of weeks of each other. I was sad about their loss, but I also knew that I would see them again. Not here, but somewhere. I wanted to explore this and began researching Heaven and the most believed ideas on the afterlife.

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Business

Dear Interviewees: It’s Not You, It’s Me

Dear Interviewee, 

Thank you for your recent application to work with Company. Unfortunately we are not looking to take your application forward at this time. 

We wish you luck in your job search, and thank you for your interest in working at Company. 

Regards,
Someone In HR

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