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... be cute to end it there but the Salon article above had a nice zinger about her previous book, "a great step-by-step manual for parents who want to systematically weed out any genuine interest or passion for life that their children might innately have". Mine is words and writing. I really enjoy it. Of course it's even better with a few muses to impress, but it's sad that I've taken till I'm 30 to respect myself enough to ...
... after the first meetup and we had another one a fortnight later. This was just as successful, the same number turned up but with 3 new people outside the KOC, including the regional advocate for Google Map Maker who told us about his experiences volunteering in building the Google Maps dataset for Kuwait over the past 5 years. I had actually met him through the Q8 Startup event which ...
... with cloverleaf intersections. I had planned to go to 360 mall, another huge one, then go to Avenues. In actuality I got so lost I drove up highway 50 all the way to the coast in the centre of the city near the Holiday Inn, only recognising where I was when I was out the front of the hotel because I'd seen it on the map before. The reason for getting lost though, to be fair, was because I deviated from my original route to try ...
... of skill and impoliteness has more mortal consequences more often.
I went to a business startup event Monday night. Managed to make a lot of connections despite being rather jetlagged. Lots of interest there in GIS and location based services, as well as a networking event about GIS. Thanks to all the guys involved in startup events in Cambodia etc for introducing me to the concept!
I am going on a bike ride with a bunch of expats ...
... the prospect of being driven around any more,
got myself out into the maze of arabic car showrooms and bought myself
a car woohoo! Finally a bit of independance and freedom. With it came
the challenge of understanding the endless roads all which come with
two names, the first a number (used by all the expats 30, 40, 2nd ring
road etc) and the second an arabic name too ...