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July 16, 2003


I'd forgotten what it was like to be busy.

There was a sort of busy that I used to inhabit - like a high-pressure chess game - where you couldn't let your concentration lapse lest the political world catch up with you, or your strategy be outdated, or your ideas not be inspiring enough to keep your team coming in to work each day.

This is very different. It's easier, for a start, and it involves actually making stuff. Getting things out of the door. The meat and potatoes of production.

Ultimately I'm more valuable doing the former, am better at it, and (mostly) enjoy it more. But, without my unwinnable wars and impossible dreams, it's rather lovely to have an activity holiday.

Sorry, this is a rather roundabout way of saying "I'll put my photos of the Voxpolitics event up soon".

Posted by Tom Dolan at July 16, 2003 10:11 PM

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