Living in America
Yesterday I settled into what will be home for the next three months (photos to follow) before visiting the local supermarket to stock up with food. This was ‘Whole Foods’, a superstore famed for it’s moral values, so nearly everything I brought there was organic—but without the prices you would expect in the UK.
Hopefully I will have something more insightful and thoughtful to say in the next week, but needless to say, all comments and e-mails are very much welcomed. Hopefully time permitting I can reward you with many photos of Palo Alto and San Francisco, and perhaps even a podcast or two. This all of course depends on how long I have to wait to get my hands on a lovely new MacBook Pro!
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This years SXSW Interactive saw 1,041 sessions presented by 1,648 speakers, growing to such extent that its size now rivals that of the more popular music festival. Yet bigger doesn’t necessarily mean better.
I hoped that almost missing my flight would be the worst my trip to New Zealand would have to offer, but thanks to overzealous immigration officials at LAX, that was nothing but a minor blip.
With an escalating national debt, the talk at this months party conferences is of cuts to public spending and smaller, more efficient government. I believe one clear way of achieving this would be to introduce a single unified brand across government.
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