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Greetings, and welcome to the Kabissa blog! The Kabissa team is now blogging at http://www.kabissa.org/blog – and I for one am very excited about it. I have enjoyed having my personal blog here at saidia.org, but having a team blog … Continue reading
If you’ve been here before, you might have noticed that I’ve updated the saidia.org site design. I’ve moved to the K2 Template for its powerful new functionality. I was initially looking for a simple means for adding rotating images to … Continue reading
I am sending this picture of a seagull trying to catch a french fry by email. Let’s see what happens!