“This is the local hotpot!”, said Elizabeth as she lifted the lid of her serving dish, “Can you see?” I sat up and leaned over to get a better view inside…
Archive for September, 2005
Yesterday, after my 2pm – 4pm class finished (at 4.30, because certain of those students can be a bit slow 😉 ) I went to get ready for dance class.
The Myth Of Overgrazing From Kenya: Promised Land. An Oxfam Country Profile, by Geoff Sayer, Oxfam 1998.
This is actually about yesterday; I was so busy having a good time, I didn’t get to write the blog until evening, when the Cybercafe was closed.
Yesterday, as I wandered up to the dukas by the road to buy a litre of fresh cow’s milk in a thin polythene bag, I met a small boy on a large bike….
This was written on the blackboard in the classroom where my Unix class was this morning. I asked the students what it meant and they told me it meant giving the workers a task and letting them get on with it as they pleased. I said I thought it was about what happened to me […]
I’ve got to tell you about my Unix class yesterday. I’ve had so many bad experiences in the classroom here and I need to give you this one to make up the balance.
Q. What do you get if you erase the contents of the flash memory on a CIsco router?