The conference blog for the Digital Storytelling Festival almost makes me wish I was there. Fact is, I’d rather be on my own, personal summer holiday, resting. In exactly two weeks, I’ll be sitting down to dinner in a converted monastery in a Provencial village so small the bus only stops there once a week. Four weeks of warm weather and no work or computers is exactly what I need.

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