Ah. The article in the Australian is by Bernard Lane, who writes Milon’s Memory, a living obituary for a friend of his who died twenty years ago, when he was only twenty. I wrote about it last October. Bernard’s still adding memories to the weblog, and it’s fascinating to read, both because it’s well written and because its weblog form works so well for the theme. I’d never have expected it but it really does.

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