Behind the other curtains
André and I have spent the last three hours looking at pictures from around the world. It’s interesting to see where and how people live, get to see their families, houses, neighbourhoods, work…
Now it’s 2:30 a.m., and I can’t get together any proper sentences in English, so I’m off to bed.
Oh, just one more word. Craig, I just read your horror story about your pictures, camera and computers. What a bummer! If you get to transfer any pictures later on, be sure to share them with us! I was looking forward to seeing them because you’re the only weblogger I’ve met face to face, so far.
May I present…
It’s ready. Finally.
A day in the life of webloggers
And here‘s our gallery:
Enjoy. And now I’m finally going to visit some galleries!
Real soon now…
Garret just flipped his page and let us know he’s working on finishing the “official” Behind the curtain site.
Are you as excited to see all the pics as I am? I feel like a six-year-old kid on Christmas eve…
|Today’s the day!
We finally get to peek behind the curtain…
By the way, Al, I think your sticker turned out very cute indeed!
Election day in Yugoslavia
Deutsche Welle News:
Ahead of today’s elections in Yugoslavia, about 20 foreign journalists have been expelled, and the government and opposition have traded allegations of intention to defraud the electorate. Nearly eight million Yugoslavs are entitled to vote in presidential, parliamentary and Serbian communal polls. Recent surveys show the main opposition candidate Vojislav Kostunica leading President Slobodan Milosevic by about ten percent, after years of ethnic warfare and international sanctions. The pro-western government of the smaller Yugoslav republic of Montenegro has called for a boycott of the elections and has condemned Yugoslav army plans to station guards outside ballot stations. The EU has pledged reconstruction aid, if voters opt for change.
I wonder what will happen there tonight.