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Gathering thoughts in the great silence of cyberspace

In his weekly column today, Michael Harding muses on relationships maintained with a loved emigrant friend and his wife through email and blogs: Gathering thoughts in the great silence of cyberspace.

Tue, Nov 27, 2012, 17:04

   

In his weekly column today, Michael Harding muses on relationships maintained with a loved emigrant friend and his wife through email and blogs: Gathering thoughts in the great silence of cyberspace.

I love the way Americans make private things public, and the way Barack Obama cries, and the emails I get from Laura in Montana.

“I’m looking forward to the Gathering,” she wrote. She’s hoping her Irish father-in-law will melt before he dies and put his arms around his grandchildren before they are completely grown up…

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Michael Harding’s column appears in the Life section of the newspaper every Tuesday.

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