> And you'd have to be stark raving bonkers to > have a car in London anyway. Outwith the rush hour, > public transport is quite good, and during it, driving > is just not going to happen anyway. Yup, considerinf driving in London is a ridiculous idea. Theres no point. A months tube pass (assuming you live in zone 2) is under £70, and you can get around easily enough. Assuming you know the 'insider' knowledge of the Tube. Like, don't use the circle line. > you won't be able to smoke in an > office. Not always. I'm working for a London design agency just now, and we can smoke at our desks. But thats the exception to the rule, really. > Good HTML editor (FrontPage is liked in a lot of corporates - > InterDev if you're doing ASP) I've found that hand-coding client-side is in demand just now (which is what I do). Handcoding of HTML, ECMA, CSS go down a treat. But yeah, the big boys in the City are crying out for ASP guys. I know an alright amount of ASP, and its on my CV, and I get phone calls out the wazoo from agencies trying to get me in senior ASP roles. > And because the skills > are in demand, changing jobs is *easy* - easier than stopping ****ing > agencies calling you. I had to put this page up: > http://www.easyweb.co.uk/index.html > and change my mobile number to get away from them. Tell me about it. Its a nightmare. I actually now have two mobiles - one for daily use, and one for the agencies to call. Its permanently turned off - I just check the messages once or twice a day, and call back the 1 or 2 out of the 15 or so that I get. Kerin.