Well, I’ve left MRM//McCann for greener pastures — I’m now Presentation Layer Engineer at Razorfish Platforms!
I was in the middle of refactoring my Tze1.com project back in April for mobile/responsive layout, when Razorfish Platforms called. It sounded like they really wanted me, so I paused my project, and reactivated my resume at all the major job sites to get a decent sampling of prospective offers.
Razorfish’s offer turned out to be the best, and my other online research also corroborated their elite position in the marketing industry — AdWeek’s only repeat Top-10 Agency in the last decade. So, toward the end of May, I decided to take it.
It’s been a great 5 years with MRM//McCann, but lack of upward mobility finally prompted me to make the move. I’m very grateful for their faith in me — I had only been developing websites part-time in my last job but they convinced me to give full-time web development a try. Without them, I wouldn’t have been noticed by Razorfish!
I’m now back at the old salary I used to earn before my 2009 layoff, and things are only gonna get better from here, professionally and beyond!
Ken’s got a point. If iPhone users want to bring their iPhones to work, they’d be well-advised to remove the games or at least move them off the default/home screen.
What I don’t understand though is why he singled out iOS, as if there are no games available for the Android or Android users don’t download games. (???)
I added a comment to his article, so maybe he’ll respond. :::fingers crossed:::
*DISCLAIMER: I don’t have an iPhone, so I can’t vouch for the validity of the list. If you have any questions/comments on the apps selection, please contact Ken directly — there’s a Contact link at the bottom of his article.
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