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Tweet Readers of this blog and of our book know how much we rate the cartoons of Hugh Macleod and his Gaping Void Gallery. We have 12 of them in our book. This one I think is a  beauty and says it all as far as portfolio careers are concerned.

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Tweet Another classic from our friend Hugh MacLeod!

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Tweet The Guardian has a great article on Who needs a CV in Mull? where multi-tasking is a way of life. And the inhabitants wouldn’t have it any other way. Coincidently, Hugh MacLeod, who provided us with many of the drawings in our book also had a grandfather in the Scottish Highlands who was a […]

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Tweet As you know from time to time we like to feature some of Hugh MacLeod’s drawings on this site as he contributed a dozen for our book. Usually we just publish the drawing but this time I have taken his words too which were stimulated by Steve Job’s oft quoted expression. “It was always […]

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Tweet You know how much we rate many of Hugh’s cartoons which is why we were so delighted when he contributed a dozen or so to our book. Every now and then he comes up with one which absolutely lends itself to the notion of portfolio careers and says a great deal about the kind […]

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Tweet We were delighted to get Hugh’s permission to use a dozen or so of his drawings in our book and we still enjoy seeing his new ones which is why we have a widget on this site which changes weekly with his latest contribution. I had not seen this one before so reproduce it […]

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Tweet I read an interesting article this morning from the Times Online which in essence talks about people living on the Isle of Lewis having portfolio lives and blending work and life. This reminded me of quotation from Hugh MacLoud that we use in our new book in which he describes his families traditional life […]

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