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« A Sermon, on the Current Disputes Over Turning Off Cellphones in the British Library Reading Rooms; Delivered on June 20, 2006, in Islington | Main | The Progress of Morals: Day 5 »

June 21, 2006

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bob

Impertinent questions: What are you doing when you're not working? How's the weather? How has London changed since the last time?

Miriam

1. So far, I've been camped out in the BL from 9:30 to anywhere from 4:30-5:30, so there hasn't been much time for anything else (I'll do some sightseeing this weekend). I've wandered around a bit in Parliament Square, dropped in on a couple of museums, hung out on Charing Cross Rd.
2. Weather is surprisingly nice--almost no rain, a little cool but not unpleasantly so.
3. Most noticeable change since the last time I was here, three years ago: the CCTV cameras are everywhere.

Undine

Are you transcribing as you read, or will you go back later to transcribe the good ones? Just curious.

nbm

Can you explain a little about "apostolicity vs. novelty"? I'm curious how the Cof E makes a case for the RC being "novel," as you suggest.

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