Interesting week next week, as I will be posting from "across the pond" -- as in the United Kingdom.
Specifically, I will be in London, working feverishly on a project for a client...
But, here is what I think of, when I close my eyes and recall my history with London.
* The smell of Schwarma
* Texas Arizona -- great bar
* Damp and Cold
* Speaker Corner -- and VERY angry people
* Pomp and History
* HUGE Parks
* Great city
There are many more, but this is what always hits me...when the word London is said.
I plan on writing next week mostly about my experiences with the citizens I run into, and their feelings about issues that are important to me (world events, etc...) -- and their feedback. I have always found it interesting to hear from a "man on the street" - rather than some talking head, or media person, to make decisions and read a situation.
This is why blogging is so cool.
You get to hear from people that you normally would NEVER have a opportunity to come in contact with, hear lots of different viewpoints, and most of all process information from the "people, and the bottom up..." (not the top down)
I plan on asking tough questions next week, to waiters (my food will be spit on), taxi drivers (I'll get in a crash) -- and anyone else I come in contact with and can engage.
Blogging will be different next week.