Monthly Archives: April 2011

Atlanta

The good news is that the president managed to land safely in Miami. The bad news is that he did so shortly before our plane was meant to take off. For those of you that haven’t experienced such a thing, … Continue reading

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Miami Airport

I’m sitting in the Miami airport while writting this, and using prepaid wifi. We just got back from our cruise through the western carribean, and now have several hours to wait until we can board our flight to Atlanta. The … Continue reading

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Cruising

I’m heading out on a cruise to Florida and the Caribbean.  Not exactly China related, but hopefully I’ll have some good pictures and a story or two once I’m back.  Until then-

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China, Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg

I have not doubt that Zuckergberg is serious in his commitment to bringing Facebook to China. With a market 420 million strong, how couldn’t he be? But is it really meant to be? Continue reading

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Podcast

I have been playing with the idea of creating a weekly Borrowed Culture podcast.  I have no experience with such things, nor do I know if it is actually in line with the format of this site, but most of … Continue reading

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China Boom

A look at the Asia Society’s ‘China Boom’ project. One hundred experts answer the same question in an attempt to explain China’s growth over the last thirty years. Continue reading

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Creating a Global iPhone

A major question that comes up for any traveler is that of communication. I go over the steps needed to turn an iPhone into a travel ready, global phone. Continue reading

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Decisions

Today’s post comes after reading a guest post on the Adventurous Kate blog When a Travel Blogger is Stuck at Home This post is not directly related to my current feelings, but I found it very interesting nonetheless.  I am … Continue reading

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Buddha, Revisited

If you haven’t been able to tell, I’ve been having a hell of a time trying to find things to post and write about.  Earlier on, I was scanning through the large number of photos that I haven’t yet used … Continue reading

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Facebook China?

Mark Zuckerberg has made his Facebook a home for social circles around the world, and yet finds himself with one last market to conquer; Will a Facebook China ever see the light of day? Continue reading

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