While having a mini-reunion with my mother, sister, and a bunch of very distant relatives in Limerick this past weekend, I found myself trying to explain many, many times what it is I’m doing here. If only I’d known that BBC Radio 4 had just broadcast a little feature that explained it for laymen much better than I did! Listen to it here, and thrill to the mellifluous Greek accent of the director of my program (and, you know, some other people, too).
1) ellen: Hey little brother when are you going to post some Ireland photos? (Nov 15, 2006 4:48 PM)
2) Ken: Sparky, Love your site and being an amateur font whore -- I don't do it for money -- I will enjoy observing your progress through Reading and the farther reaches of typography. I believe I know a couple folks who went there and it is a great program, or programme if you perfer. Enjoy the UK. The Christmas holidays are great fun there and you might get to pull somebody's cracker. Best wishes, Ken (Nov 24, 2006 9:24 PM)
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