Monthly Archives: July 2011

Drachmes and Music

You know those little folders you get when you visit an archaeological museum or site? On Monday we had a Dutch family that had booked a ‘Photo Workout’ (that’s a small photo workshop for 4 hours, just covering some basics, … Continue reading

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How to prepare for a selective default?

Rumours about an upcoming selective default are increasing by the day. The Dutch minister of Finance talks about a default of just a few days, Papandreou talks about 2 weeks, on second reading 15 days. But what the heck does … Continue reading

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