Regrettably, Monday was my last day with Kineticode. I'll not say more about that other than David and I are both saddened that I won't be there any more (things ended on great terms). It was fun while it lasted. Keep your eye on Kineticode, though. There are likely to be more good things coming out of that company.
So what now? Well, I'll have a bit of time off and, if things go the way they appear to be going, I'll probably be moving to the UK (not London) in a month or two. The work permit has been applied for and I've already started some packing. I've no idea how likely work permits are to get denied so I suppose there's a chance that this will still fall through, but I'm acting on the assumption it won't. My family's excited about this move and I'm quite happy about the position I'll be taking.
My only regret about this is the complete inability of the British to make decent Mexican good (insert obligatory British cooking joke here). I'll probably have to make my own tortillas, tamales and salsa, though I've no idea if I can even get fresh cilantro and jalapeños there.