When one blog just isn’t enough…

Posted: August 8, 2008 in Blog

Okay, okay, so things’ve been pretty quiet around here. Sorry ’bout that. But if as a result you are looking to fill a blog-shaped hole in your life, then why not wander by a new blog I started recently?

A think-tank asked me to blog about the media’s role in the developing world. You can find the blog here.

It is run under an umbrella group called ‘Governance Village’. You can find out more about them here.

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Comments
  1. Tonny says:

    Hey,
    I’m a Ugandan attending school in the USA.
    I read your blog and it gives vivid memory of Uganda. Your accounts of events in Uganda are so clear
    Great job

  2. cmason2 says:

    Tonny, wonderful to hear from you. Thanks for dropping by.

    It means a lot to hear from a Ugandan that my postings represent the issues or the landscape well. As a foreigner in a new country I found myself fascinated with everything that was new and different but I wanted what I wrote here to also represent things the way a Ugandan would see them. Or at least as closely to that as I could get.

    Since returning to Canada I’ve savoured a final bottle of Bond 7 and had one disastrous attempt at making matooke (I have a second bunch of plantains on my counter now to make a second attempt at matooke). Needless to say, I miss Uganda a lot.

    Best of luck with your studies in the USA!

    Chris

  3. Mike says:

    Just passing by.Btw, you website have great content!

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