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In Kazakhstan

I’m writing from Almaty, Kazakhstan, where I’m taking part in the annual Eurasian Media Forum. I’ve got a pretty good Internet connection, but not sure about how much blogging I’ll be able to do. Among other things, I did not bring an electric-power converter, and I’m not sure if I’ll be able to get one.

Update: Borrowed an adapter. Life is good.


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  1. krembo

    Dan,Most power supplies these days work on a range of voltages, usually encompassing 110-220. Most likely you only need a plug adaptor. Read the small print on your machine’s AC adaptor.

  2. Esther

    Hey Dan,How exciting! Hope you’re having a great time! Try to get out and see some of the sights. I can’t wait to hear all about it.

  3. Neil

    Yes, forget about blogging–eat and drink! Especially the drinking! And the eating! Oh boy.

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