星期二, 1月 21, 2014

[英國.倫敦]最後一戰?



Today was really an exhausted day.  I could barely fall into sleep these 2 days but still waked up after 5 hours sleep and continued researching with the interviewees: 14:30 with FutureGov, a special digital service design consultancy working with local authorities; 17:00 with Laydeez do Comics, a femaie narration-oriented graphic novel community.

The kitchen closed at 10:00, so I was driven to living room to work.  There are something silly things happening in morning television but I don't care.  Since I felt quite tensed and couldn't focus on the youtube interview of Dominic Compbell, the founder of FutureGov, I crawled around the table trying to do some stretch practices of KongFu.  I was drawn I was evaporated I was falling.  I was in London.  Actually I was used to be anywhere.  I got back into conscious.

12:40.  It's time to arrange all the information and copying them into hand-notes.  My temperature rose a little bit higher.

Everything worked well,  in fact, much better than I expected.  The place where FutureGov occupied is much more interesting than the co-working space I had ever seen before.  You could feel the energy flow even if you were not a psychic.  And after interviewing Miss Streeten, the co-founder of Laydeez do Comics, I even attended a job serving everybody as a kind of party host with a beautiful Bangladesh baker.

I survived and really smelled the gun smoke from the frontline of different kinds of social intervention design practice.  Now I can told you as an old memories kept in distance.

My head was blank now, and the Korean Bibimbap satisfied me well.