It doesn't seem like a tight fit so I don't know why it would get scratched unless you're being overly careless. I also got the screen protector with the case so that might be why I'm not concerned about it (also managed to get it on with no dust or bubbles!).
Love Exposure - A silly yet somewhat serious movie from Japan. 4 hours long, but worth the time investment. 4/5
John Wick Chapter 2 - I've been feeling like crap for the past two weeks and this movie was just what I needed. Lots of action and lots of people getting shot in the head. Overall good mood uplifter. 5/5
It was weird because I had a feeling around the time of the 1080p stream that Drew might be getting ready to leave. Then he said he was and now I'm just sad. Can't wait to see what he does next, but will definitely miss him at Giant Bomb.
One question I have is when you say you want to get into IT what do you mean? I wouldn't really consider SEO an IT field, but more of a marketing field. I say this as a web developer that works with a content strategist that does our SEO for our websites. Our team is marketing instead of IT.
That said, SEO is still a great thing to learn and get into if you enjoy working with websites. The main thing I would look into is beyond understanding the basic analytics (Google is obviously the most popular), but try to learn a bit about actual content and what makes good content that the search engines will rank higher (keywords, length of content, not too many links, etc). Understanding the basic concepts about how a website works is great, but chances are anywhere you go will have a different way they run their site, so focus on the basics. Can you write a basic page that says "Hello World"? You should be good if you can.
As for the interview, just pay attention, answer honestly, and be sure that you show your willingness to learn. The job I got was going to be mainly asp.net, which I had no experience with. I said that I was willing to learn and I do best by learning by doing and I somehow got the job haha.