Archive for September, 2008

Norrebro: The Radical District

So, Travel Blogging, seeing as I’ve now been ‘travelling’ for 4 days. The first day and a half was basically bus journeys, during which time I was joined by a couple of fellow activists, one who I knew was attending and one I didn’t realise would show up. The coaches barely stopped more than 5 minutes anywhere which meant very little opportunity for food, but after breakfast on the ferry to Denmark from Germany, we were ready to go enjoy Copenhagen pretty much as soon as we’d arrived, met our greeter and drunk coffee… (more…)

Saturday, 13th September 2008 at 16:10 UTC 3 comments

Where life’s at

I realise I’m not really in the habit of writing about my life as such, beyond the obligatory post-major-mobilisation disection. But anyhow, just to fill things in a bit, I’ve been on two away trips and also moved house since Climate Camp, and tomorrow I begin my travels to Scandinavia. My house is full of geeks, but the internet was sadly lacking until 5 days ago, and since then I’ve been trying to catch up on outstanding tasks (including this newsletter) before the big trip, settling in, and trying to find time to hang out with said housemates. What I can say is that its likely some efforts will be made to blog as I travel. Uploading of posts might be sporadic, but whenever my laptop has power I should be able to make some jottings. Till then, accept my apologies for lack of deep analysis. The furthest I got was a list of things I could write about which has since become a book outline. Oh well.

Tuesday, 9th September 2008 at 0:30 UTC 1 comment


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