Quietness | Slowness | Openess

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alexanderhayes

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Sep 1, 2008, 7:39:59 AM9/1/08
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Deliberate.

Avoiding the tyranny of fast responsiveness.

Requited yearning for connection.

This is a unique way of engaging the web-world.

Spring buds have arrived in my hometown.

Reading your blogs.

Watching the wiki.

Slow contribution.

Kay Lewis (Staff)

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Sep 1, 2008, 7:44:32 AM9/1/08
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Hi Alexander Hayes

I like your subject!

I will ignore your first point - only because it's time I went home to my family (it's 11.41 pm and I'm stuck in my blog not wanting to finish), am relishing the aloneness, yet am not alone, it's the first day of spring in New Zealand (and during daylight it was gorgeous), and lurking, seeking to understand first!

Kind regards
Kay Lewis, JP
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