The Unnerving Familiar

This past week I was in Uganda, a country I had never visited before. I was working with people I was meeting for the first time, on a project I knew little about. I spent the week learning fast, making

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The Unnerving Familiar

This past week I was in Uganda, a country I had never visited before. I was working with people I was meeting for the first time, on a project I knew little about. I spent the week learning fast, making

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You’ve NOT got mail

Travel is a routine part of my life these days. And I would be lying if I said it was a drag. I enjoy the chance to see new places or old familiar places. I’ve grown to appreciate the chance

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You’ve NOT got mail

Travel is a routine part of my life these days. And I would be lying if I said it was a drag. I enjoy the chance to see new places or old familiar places. I’ve grown to appreciate the chance

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Alt+Ctrl+Del

Although I am now a contented Apple consumer, years of being a Windows client has meant repeatedly using the key stroke: Alt+Ctrl+Del. Type out that combination and you can shut everything down and begin again. I am not really a

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Alt+Ctrl+Del

Although I am now a contented Apple consumer, years of being a Windows client has meant repeatedly using the key stroke: Alt+Ctrl+Del. Type out that combination and you can shut everything down and begin again. I am not really a

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Birdsong

Perhaps if you’ve grown up hearing it the sound of a grey-headed bush shrike doesn’t mean much. But imagine this. You’ve arrived in a new country on a continent you haven’t been on since you were four. After a week at

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Birdsong

Perhaps if you’ve grown up hearing it the sound of a grey-headed bush shrike doesn’t mean much. But imagine this. You’ve arrived in a new country on a continent you haven’t been on since you were four. After a week at

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