I took at sabbatical from Plazes for a while — a side-effect of my experiments with going dark. But with our Euro-journey about to commence I went looking for some sort of multi-pronged service that would let me send pithy georeferenced messages from the road and then remembered that’s exactly what Plazes lets me do. So I’ve fired up the Plazes toolset once again and plugged in the main landmarks on our journey, and will, on occasion, chime in with messages from the road. If nothing else my mother (and Sandy’s mother) should be happy.
I’m traveling laptop-free this time, relying entirely on my Nokia N95 to tether me to the web, so don’t expect 1000-word missives on the architecture of eastern Slovakia for the next 10 days: if I manage to squeeze a blog post out of my mobile phone it will likely me more along the lines of “lost in mountains, all okay, but please send help.”