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NEWSFLASH: The first batch of video vignettes of our trip is ready to roll… we’re going to wait for the Windows Media Player version to go online before we post a link to the first one – so you PC folk don’t have to install Quicktime just to see them. Big shout to Dirk and Monika at Berlin-Bristol Mediawire and Films at 59.

Phil and Chris pose for a press photo
Phil and Chris pose for a press photo

With our arrival in Korea, the nature of our journey has changed from just doing it to reflecting on it and trying to pitch the idea to as many press folk as we can. This photo is for the Korea Herald, and possibly other papers, depending on whether the story that has been written about us gets syndicated. Most of the journalists that we have met have been enthusiastic about our story, and have given us what assistance they can. We look forward to seeing the results.

Written by on Thursday, June 6th, 2002

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