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I am sitting outside a café sipping a cup of tea, watching people of different ages and nationalities walk past my table. Cars, bicycles, vans and trams are noisily zipping up and down Brunswick Street. The houses, shops, cafés, and the pub across the road are a mixture of old Fitzroy and new Fitzroy. Wherever […]
The most exciting part of a workshop I attended recently was when the table collapsed, sending books and pens flying into the air. I am not sure why the table collapsed. But the heat, a stress fracture or just boredom could have caused it. I certainly could relate to all three. The presenter was friendly […]
“Down two, with two seconds on the clock in the 4th quarter, Bouton threw a baseball pass (i.e. a prayer) from 55-feet out that left the Mount Vernon faithful with their palms on their heads.” Great blog post from Peter Robert Casey. Peter, thanks for posting this on twitter, it’s brilliant.