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~ Until next week...

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Jamillah Knowles | 14:31 UK time, Monday, 28 February 2011

Hi all,

As tweeted a little earlier, I have been under the weather and unable to bring Outriders to you this week. But this does not mean I have stopped keeping an eye out on what people are up to online of course - it just means you will have to wait until next week for another podcast or radio episode.

In the mean time a couple of things to catch up on.

Congratulations to the delightfully mad Joseph Tame on completing the Tokyo Marathon and indeed streaming, tweeting and speaking English and Japanese all the way around. A triumph of home made rig creation, incomprehensible stamina and a back up team that must be worth its weight in gold. Well done all round!

Also - it's nearly March 1st - which might mean some digital white rabbits, but also means that the Reorbit project is about to hit 'Go!'. You might remember Dawn Danby telling me about the twitter streams that will describe literary, historical and famous voices into our online lives. Well, those accounts are prepped and ready so you should be able to follow the online updates of actors playing Syliva Plath, Keith Moon and even Roald Dahl's BFG. I'm looking forward to the latter to see how he will be delivering dreams to us online.

As a brief look ahead - I should be bringing you some voices from the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas in a couple of weeks. It's the 25th anniversary so I'm going to find out what makes it such a big deal on the digital calendar.

Of course if you would like to forward questions, let me know about something online that lights your fire or indeed update me with news of your digital goings on, then I am delighted to hear from you. You can email me at Outriders at bbc dot co dot uk, join the Facebook group by searching for Outriders or tweet at me BBC_Outriders.

Yours in recovery,

Until next week!
~ Jamillah

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