Read Gwyneth Rees’ report on working for The Chronicle in Lilongwe.
[…] when freedom of the press is supposedly guaranteed under the constitution, journalists should not have to rely on the say-so of one man to go about their business.
[update Jan 11, 2005] Here’s another article: Demoted from editor to delivery girl, overnight
And I didn’t notice a thing…
Epicenter: near Waldkirch / Emmendingen.
Measured 5.4 on the Richter scale.
See also: Spiegel
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They’re also interested to hear from you, if you did NOT feel the earthquake.
On rainy and stormy days there is little to do. Listening to music and reading have their limits. It is then that the housebound mind takes its own journeys, unfettered by time or place. One sails, once again in the Philippines’ Camotes Sea, walks on England’s moors, swims in Lake Malawi, kneels in Vienna’s Saint Stephen’s Cathedral, strolls the Via Veneto in Rome, dines in a Paris bistro – all without moving from one’s chair.
Source: The Sun Herald, Mississippi
Added advantage of this form of travelling: you don’t need to worry about getting malaria and bilharzia. Nevertheless, I still prefer the real experience!