4 thoughts on “wikipedia talk in bergen

  1. Craig Bellamy

    heya jill,

    i’m always impressed at the calibre of presenters that you get up there in Bergen. You may be at the arse-end of Europe, but we are at the arse-end of the world.


  2. Martin

    As it turns out, I was busy during the talk. How was it?

  3. Jill

    Um. I was busy too. We went to see that crazy Catalonian Peer Gynt, which was excellent. And so we weren’t up for running from the Wikipedia talk straight to the theatre…

  4. Martin

    I saw that too! Wonderful stuff. Maybe a bit ligthweight in the content department, but a
    great performance.

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