Wednesday Links 11.18.07

Mitch, via Meg Rorison's Photostream

In New York, I briefly escaped the academic confines of Fletcher. Meg also took some pics of us at the URB Magazine 150th Issue party.

In Washington, WaPo Book Review, the greatest American weekly book section, starts Short Stack, a book blog by the staff. They blogged about travel books this week, and tragically left out any Kapuscinski.

In Cambridge, Iqbal Quadir launches the Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT with $50 million from a private Dubai based firm. This could mean good things for the Africa digerati.

In Kampala, Jeremy follows the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGUM). This is a great blog to read if its been a while since you've been to Uganda (10 months for me!) and want to know the changes. Free wireless across downtown Kampala!?!

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