go down a treat at the cafe.
July 25th; Bob bids farewell
before returning to Philly, giving me an intriguing book which will
reward careful study.
John is still kindly forwarding me
bearish markets newsletter, which chattily
mixes thoughts on indebtedness, share pricing, & some moderate
buggery, with vignettes from the finance analysts' personal lives in
different countries. If I was paying attention, then the model on either June or July French
cover is newsletter-editor Bill Bonner's daughter.
July 24th; Three cheers for Giannoulis,
Szuni's friend, and John's dad! Now that I am in possession of a
what is stopping me from having the Eastern Roman Empire properly
represented on this site, and actually putting them up? ....My own slackness, perhaps?
Thank goodness. I found my
way back to
and relocated their remarkable March experiment in building a
Joel's commentary uses a lot of
special terms like "Woo", "Yay", and "explody things", so it will already be
clear that this is a stopoff no discerning web traveller can miss.
July 22nd; Hooray! Finally, I put up
my page of text in Basque, Europe's most distinctive and least-understood
language. Or rather
to use its own speakers' name for it. Thank you Iban and Marta!
Isaac the Kabbalist
came looking for me a couple of days last week, so he's probably on another
continent by now. Ryan suggests I revive my Sunday afternoon tea parties of a
couple of years back. Excellent idea.