You're like internet famous but internet isn't your job, but sometimes you reference work, what is work for you, like is it an office job where you're an accountant or is it something like fun to do with art or are we not allowed to ask this?
I work for a small sign language company as a designer. My boss wanted to make something interactive and fun for children to learn sign language through animations and games so I created it (you can see it here if you’re interested :) it involved drawing quite a number of hands…). I do anything that’s needed like emails, newsletters, facebook/twitter etc. I’ve done some interpreting for some of the classes they run in the past (I’ve worked in prison before, that was fairly interesting) - I don’t really do that anymore, I’m not that great at interpreting.
There’s also a charity that helps disabled people to find work I do work for - I’ve done design work for them like logos, leaflets, posters etc as well as things like presentations, interactive teaching aids and booklets to help alongside the training the company provides (like interview techniques). I help out with the job club there sometimes too.
My bosses are some of the nicest people I know, they’re really great.
That’s my long winded version of saying I’m a designer but do other stuff there too. Internet would be a great job haha I don’t think I’m internet famous - I don’t even have my own wikipedia page, though Angel Kelly does (that’s not me though, she is a retired porn star).
I keep thinking about a world where everyone talks like doge, or if that’s what the English language becomes years and years from now. Full conversations, movies, books, presidential speeches, everything … all spoken like doge.
A few years ago I was on the bus going into town and, while it had stopped at a red light, I saw a bunch of policemen chasing a cockerel around. I was feeling conflicted because while I was sad I didn’t have a camera to capture this lovely moment, I was happy because I may have witnessed the answer as to why the chicken really did cross the road.