July 08, 2005

focus group

Don't feel like focus group went very well at all. I'm not even sure if I can hear the tapes well enough to transcribe them. Twas my own fault, as didn't test recording stuff yesterday, due to panicking about world imploding and headache. I dunno, it just felt a bit directionless and I didn't feel in control of the situation.

Going to Birmingham tomorrow to spend weekend at Rebecca's – should be nice as haven't seen her in ages. Just appreciating being at home (or rather having the freedom to move around a space larger than my Warwick cell) this evening.

Where to next with dissertation?
I don't know.
I think it must be v+t time.


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  1. rosalind my fair blond beauty,
    i think the new focus group is making great progress and there are so many more of them and their comments are easy to hear over the awesome music as they shout 'yippeeeeeeeeeee'!!!!

    diss will get done as well, don't worry – i'll help ;)

    12 Jul 2005, 16:36


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