Step one: Get a job. Step two: Get a life.

Last night, after the last class of the semester, the students and professor of my Marketing class all went out to the bar for a drink. It was interesting because I'd mostly only associated with engineers all semester and hadn't really met any of the MBA students. We had a few drinks, chatted it up and then my classmates asked me, at one point in the evening, what I do for fun.

I couldn't think of anything!

I finally scraped up that I like to watch movies. I started to mention blogging, but apparently they don't talk about blogs all the time in the Business School the way that they do in the School of Information, so I gave up trying to explain and scrapped the idea altogether. So I only like to watch movies and nothing else in the whole wide world.

Is it because I'm a full-time student and have no time for fun? Or am I just fundamentally boring, with no interests whatsoever?

I need to get me a hobby.

srah - Friday, 10 December 2004 - 11:49 PM

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gravatar Michael Conlen - December 11, 2004 - 5:25 AM -

But, but, but you have a hobby and we, your faithful readers, like it!

Don't listen to them. They are business school people. Stick to us technology people. We know what's best for you :)

With your cross section of classes you could create the next great game for technologists. Spot the Marketecture. It could have the tag line "Are you buzz word compliant?"

gravatar Halvie - December 16, 2004 - 4:22 AM -

Don't be discouraged by those b-school students. Some of us like a good blog.

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