Yesterday was spent in transit, mostly, on the late ferry back from Tallinn. That meant I missed some great-sounding keynotes here in Helsinki, but that I’m rested and ready for two more days of heavy conferencing. Helsinki is excellent. Packed with people, a wonderful art show last night and more friends have turned up too. Our panel went well too. And now I’m going to concentrate on the keynote, which is about “the Antiquity of New Media Practice in South Asia”.

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