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October 06, 2010

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Thank you for this. I love your closing remarks.

I wish I was going to the LA Conference, if only to say hello to you! I enjoyed seeing your speech so much at TAM, and hope to hear you speak again soon.

Thanks so much Heidi -- what a lovely note to get.
xox

Ditto Heidi. A wise wonderful post. I too love Szymborska and wish I could understand Polish so I could read her in her own language. Would she be as wry, I wonder. Thanks.

"Then tomorrow, I'm off to take part in a big conference of heretics in LA." If only all wise philosophers were as funny as you, Jennifer. The lives of first-year college students the world over would be vastly improved. Every time I remember your blog I read it and learn AND laugh. That's kind of amazing. Thanks for posting.

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