April 4, 2007

In the lounge at Heathrow with David Gurteen on my way to Moscow for a KM conference. I haven’t been to Russia in 17 years. I remember that because it was with my wife and she was 6 months pregnant. This produced some interesting issues given the ease of access to public toilets in St Petersburg, but one learns ones lessons. Given that I have not been there since the wall came down I have looking forward to seeing what has changed. I must admit to have been disappointed with Berlin (which was almost a second home in the 70’s) which seemed to have lost its vibrancy; however I may be being over sentimental. One consequence of this trip is that I may well not have internet, or email access until late Friday night, so apologies for any lack of responsiveness over the next few days.

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