Our Blogger Panel At Duke

As promised, photos* from last Friday with 'the Bloggerati'. Here I'm in terrific company with Misha, Bora, and Abel over lunch in Durham:

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Bora and I chat with students about why we blog:

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* Special thanks to Abel for sharing the images!  For a terrific detailed description of the day, visit Terra Sigillata...

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Thanks for posting these. It's like seeing old friends. Bet the kids loved you guys.