Johnnie Moore

Tsunami

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

So slowly getting back in the saddle after the Christmas hiatus.

Glad that Evelyn has survived the tsunami. The other blogger I’m concerned about is James Cherkoff – I know he was off to Sri Lanka for Christmas so my fingers are crossed for him.

As Hugh says of Evelyn’s posts

Wow. By bloggingg standards, this is huge stuff. We’re more used to a steady diet of “Upgraded to Movable Type v3.14 yesterday” or whatever.

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