Posts Tagged "London"

Dear Glenn,

Dear Glenn, When I saw that you had dedicated a whole post to the discussion of Facebook I must admit I wanted to throw myself out of the window. Nonetheless I love how passionate you are about the topics you’re interested in. I have wanted to delete Facebook many…

Dear Glenn,

Sorry for such a late reply! I’m happy that our conversations take place in the form of letters rather than via social media… Otherwise I would feel the terrible pressure of having to reply as soon as the “read” sign had been displayed - and if not I'd feel…

Dear Glenn

I am writing from my flatmate's iPad because I didn't end up going to the library. As I'm writing on his device I realise how much I would detest having an iPad instead of a MacBook. Definitely not considering it again. This demonstrates how important it is to try things…

Dear Glenn,

I am dying to reply to your latest post, however my laptop charger has decided that its time has come and has stopped working. I am cheekily charging my laptop at the Apple Store right now because I really need access to some of the information for the publication of…

Dear Glenn,

The return to London has been both easy and difficult. I am very happy to be back and the weather right now is unbelievably good, so I’m really enjoying spending time on the boat these days. At the same time, returning to London (and normality) after such a life-changing…

Dear Glenn,

Before I reply to your latest letter, I have to share with you my latest find: The Dumpster Project, in which professor Jeff Wilson gets his class to refurnish a dumpster with the intention of transforming it into their teacher's home for the next 365 days. I have been stuck…

Dear Glenn,

It was really great to be able to spend my last night in Los Angeles in your house. I enjoyed the long hours speaking to you, I learnt a lot. I wonder if I fell so understood because you’re a teacher and you’re experienced in “getting along” with…