I think it went well. It was an interview about... I'm not sure what the position is, exactly. I don't even know if there is a position, though I guess there must be or she wouldn't have asked me in to talk. I don't know what the rate of pay is ... because I can't assume there is a position and it's not exactly clear that I'm in the running for any position there might be. She played her cards close to her chest and so did I (though I don't know if we were playing the same game.) It may well be true that there are technical reasons for the delay till she contacts me again or it might be that she's talking to other candidates (if I am indeed a candidate) or it might be that she wants time to consider her options. Or did I say something wrong? Maybe I shouldn't have mentioned D by name when I told that anecdote about the immediacy of the online media world compared to the bureaucratic slowness of the public service. Maybe I shouldn't have been so open with examples from my current place of employment. But I had to give evidence of my experience and expertise if I wanted the ... I'm not sure if it's an ongoing job or a casual position. On the telephone she implied regularity and responsibility but in person she implied nothing. Maybe she didn't like the look of me from the moment she set eyes on me. Maybe I shouldn't have mentioned that I don't know much about ... you should only ever stress your strengths in a ... well, I'm not sure if it was a job interview or not. That's the brave new media world for you.