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November 03, 2008

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Rob Ainsley

Hi

I do the website for Taking Liberties, the exhibition you mention in your blog of 3 Nov.

Thanks for the mention - I've quoted you on our blogwatch page
http://www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/takingliberties/blogindex.html
...is that OK with you? Let us know if not!

Regards

Rob Ainsley
Taking Liberties website

Morag Eyrie

Hi Rob,

That's very kind. Don't mind at all. I think MI5 and the CIA and everyone already know about me, so what the hey.

NB: I wrote the above statement *before* I went and saw exactly which paragraph you pulled out of my posting for your page. How prescient of me. Anyway- yeah, go to it- I just hope people follow through and read the nice stuff I've said about your exhibition design and pedagogical approach.

S.

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Great post as usual. Keep up the good work!

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