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  Wednesday, February 08, 2006

  Tagging four things

Ton says that this should help me to get my blogging rhythm going again, so I guess I should try :)

Four jobs I had:

  • Teaching kids how to organise parties
  • Designing and facilitating training sessions on understanding people with disabilities
  • Managing training and professional development of people who were my own teachers a few years before that
  • Reseaching blogs and all other strange things

Four movies I can watch repeatedly:

Four places I've liked:

  • 20 meters below sea level at night at Bali, Indonesia 
  • Sintra, Portugal
  • Jaipur, India
  • Olympic mountains, WA, USA

Four tv shows I like:

Four places I've vacationed:

  • Moscow - strange, isn't it?
  • Baikal lake, Russia
  • Bali, Indonesia
  • Assisi, Italy

Four favourite dishes:

  • Pancakes by my grandmother
  • Seafood in all strange combinations
  • That lambsteak with cranberry sauce and cheese of last Saturday
  • Raspberry cramble, ideally by Nancy

Four sites I visit daily:

  • Google
  • Bloglines
  • Gmail
  • Web-based access to my work email

Four places I would rather be right now:

  • On the couch in my parents' kitchen
  • 20 meters below (warm) sea level
  • Downstairs
  • Don't know. I guess I'm pretty happy letting time to travel arrive with its own speed

Four bloggers I am tagging:

  • Anjo because I can't forget his "42" comment to one of those question lists I blogged
  • Liz because I miss having a lunch together
  • Andrea to remember to talk soon
  • Stephanie to send her even more good vibes for finding what she is looking for 
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  Blogging about disabilities

You never know what referrer logs bring... This time it's a post by Lorelle VanFossen (Lorelle on WordPress) on PhD bloggers (which suggests that I'm an author of several books :)

What actually grabbed my attention is not the post itself, but a link to the earlier one - Blogging about disabilities. I browsed through the links a bit - thinking how much understanding I could get from those weblogs 10 years back while working with kids with disabilities.

I always find it special to be able to look at the world of others with their help - as a person, but also as a researcher (and wearing a researcher hat I should forward those links to my colleagues working on technologies to support those who provide care for people with dementia).

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