Pattern Recognition for G20Voice

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The invitation to join the G20Voice bloggers is an honour that comes with serious responsibilities. I hope my images will speak for themselves. It would be great If they also give you cause to stop, think and maybe even laugh

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This is Rowan Davies (Policywonk) from Mumsnet, another of the G20Voices.

Rowan was the first blogger ever to ask a question at a World Leaders Summit. I've posted the second shot as I believe it shows exactly what she thought of one politician's response and included two that are fairly typical of the body language of those she interviewed.

Vikki discusses Rowan's first question on bitchbuzz at http://news.bitchbuzz.com/g20-voice-what-did-it-all-mean.html


Dhamaka NLI says:

hey guys - there might be a glitch here.. This was posted from the internet and is coming up as posted on SMS/without images on the 'latest' when I'm logged out. When I'm logged in I can't see the images at all..

23rd Apr 2009, 23:11

Euphro says:

I can see all of the images. It often takes a while for the images to appear and they can seem to come and go while the system is putting them up, although I have no idea what it is doing. It always says "posted by SMS", even when I send them from Gmail.

23rd Apr 2009, 23:20

Euphro says:

There is definitely something odd here.

24th Apr 2009, 00:02

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