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Should have known this would happen eventually. One of my wife’s good friends’ ex-boyfriend had been on my mind for diverse reasons. Had pretty assumed that he might be blogging as he’s a technical writer and had been at the Montreal Mirror for a while. As Montrealers might know, the Mirror is a good source […]
Blogging is fun. Among the neat effects of blogging is that, though bloggers aren’t at all alike, they tend to be “like-minded people,” despite striking individual differences. Cases in point, from last night. Went to an event organized through Montreal Linkup, an event organisation system with obscure ties to Craigslist. At one point Saib, one […]
Took a look at the homepage for my Facebook account and I notice something new, below the birthday announcements. Some profile summaries with a mention that I might know these people. Nothing really awkward there, probably just a new feature. Although, Facebook has this strange (and potentially annoying) habit of changing features without warning us. […]
Speaking of Third Culture people sharing some traits, Jordan Weeks’s Blogger profile links to the following page: American Embassy School / American International School New Delhi, India, AIS/AES Alumni News It’s one of those Jeff Foxworthy-type humorous lists of traits which might be shared by some group of people. In this case, the list is […]
It surely is a small world. Especially between similar regions of the same continent. My friend Jenny Cool tells me about her friend Jordan Weeks, a fellow blogging Austinite. And a fellow expat. Interestingly enough, he’s also a fellow beer aficionado and knows fellow Austin brewclub member Charles. Where it gets even funnier is that […]
Nice! At 20:27 (EST) on Saturday, November 17, 2007, I post a blog entry on the archaic/rare French term «queruleuse» (one equivalent of “querulous”). At 20:54 (EST) of the same day, Google is already linking my main blog page as the first page containing the term “queruleuse” and as the fourth page containing the term […]