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10/03/2007

Blogging a cure for nervous flyers?

Putting the hour and half flight back to the UK from Gatwick to good use today by blogging. Apart from being a sensible use of time, I've noticed that it keeps my mind of  the fact that I''m flying at all - which is a good thing.  In fact I've noticed that as the turbulence gets harder I become all the more prolific.

Perhaps I need to get a simulator installed in the office to help keep my average post count up. :-)

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Maybe it was the other way round - the more you blogged the worse the turbulence.
True evangelists would see that as further proof of the power of blogging. "Careful now," as Father Ted would say.

You have used 1 cm of blogroll... bless you.

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