The Daily Demarche
Monday, November 14, 2005
Internet Access in the 3rd World
Like everything else here, access to the Internet is spotty at best- I had a good run there for a while, but now have no access at home. For obvious reasons I can't post at work.

I'm dashing this off at a "cafe" on the way home- hopefully I'll have access tomorrow, which is what they told me yesterday. Of course, here "tomorrow" just means some point in the future.

In the meantime please visit our frinds in the blogroll, or post a comment about your current favorite international affairs event.

Stay tuned, hope to be back soon.

Dr. D

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