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Thursday, January 26, 2012

A few things that have been on my mind this week

And if that title didn’t scare the bejesus* out of you and you kept reading, good for you! Here goes:

We will only be talking about this more, as the year (which is already flying by) goes on: The 2012 TCG National Conference is going to be in Beantown, y’all*. In less than 150 days! Read Teresa Eyring’s Weekly Update, which focuses on the event and ways she hopes Boston will “Model the Movement.”

I was thrilled to learn that Mike Daisey’s excellent, excellent show The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs will be returning to The Public next week. In the meantime, take a listen* to the adaptation of the monologue on NPR’s This American Life.

And, in case you missed it: As a follow-up to our [very un-scientific] look at feelings about tweet seats in Boston, playwright Jason Grote weighs in on the issue in this article from The Washington Post.

* Note the Southerness coming through in this post. Why here? Why now? No idea.

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