Friday, October 29, 2010


As 2010 is about to end, but not yet at its end, it is about time to evaluate, think, measure, look back and plan the future. In 2009, I wanted to publish a book screening the most important events of the year, with publication deadline the beginning of 2010. For various reasons - the procrastination and the very bad time managements had their share here - the plan was postponed from a month to another, despite the careful documentation of the events. The last time I was thinking - but not writing - about publishing this project was probably September. Now, at the end of October, I remembered about this idea and insist to have it done - this time. This will be the writing project for the month of December, as November is fully booked with the project about 2.0 foreign affairs.
For the next week, the competition is open for ideas, suggestions and other inspirational advices about the events to be included in the 2010 foreign affairs diary.

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