Friday, February 06, 2009

An Update (or two) to Family Lore Focus

Yesterday I spent a very pleasant lunch hour (or two) in the company of Jacqui Gilliatt, Charon QC and Jacqui's pupil, Ella Shaw. My companions drank a bottle (or three) of the red nectar but I, unfortunately, was driving and could not partake. Nevertheless, it was a thoroughly enjoyable break of the chains that attach me to this keyboard, and I certainly learnt a thing (or two) along the way.

Now I am again manacled to the keyboard this morning, where I have just completed a comprehensive daily update to Family Lore Focus, with something to interest everyone, including links to news, a case report, an article and blog posts. Have a good day.


  1. "break of the chains that attach me to this keyboard".


    When I spent 16 hours a day watching TV in prison, I felt that it was stagnation.

    Now I spend 16 hours a day on my computer I feel free.

    It must be true, then, to know what liberty really is one must first be deprived of it to appreciate it.


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