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20 June 2008



I agree. I signed up to Twitter about a month ago and it is the first since I left Zimbabwe six years ago that I feel I have the same social support that I had in Zimbabwe. Of course 6 years ago, it was the cafe and the university pub (Senior Common Room) where you could wander in at 5pm and get any problem solved over a beer.

Migrating into the UK has been made much much easier by networking via 2.0. I started a blog http://flourishing20.wordpress.com. I meant to get to 20 people I have met through 2.0 but ran out of energy as I reached a human saturation point. I think we should teach 2.0 strategies to kids early. It will be provide an extra impetus to social mobility - all to the good.

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