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November 25, 2005

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Richard

Hi Chris - I caught you piece at the Siad Business School, it was great, I could have listened to you all day. Thanks for doing it.

Just one little thing ... the picture on your blog, for this entry, says it's the Bodelian Library - it's not, its another library called the Radcliffe Camera. The Bodelian is right by there though. (OK, technically, the Radcliffe Camera is served by the Bodelian Library, so sue me I'm a pedant.)

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