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17 November 2008

I'm going to liveblog the Ferran Adrià event - I hope

Using the rather clever software available from Cover It Live, I'm hoping I can give a running commentary on Ferran Adrià's talk next week.

I'm doing this because a) I want to see if the technology works and b) slightly more altruistically, for the sake of those people who emailed asking for the tickets I had going spare and were disappointed.

If you want to follow the liveblog, just return to Silverbrow on Food from 7.30pm (GMT) a week today (Monday, 24 November) and it'll be just like sitting in the Queen Elizabeth Hall next to me.  Or at least that's the plan. 

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Not sure how many live blogs I'll get posted Monday night, but I had the same exact idea!

Krista, great minds etc etc...

Really interesting, and laudible intentions. I just doubt that considering Adrià's very technical focus / complex philosophies and also the time taken to translate, I doubt the event will make the most rip-roaring live blog...

Douglas, I know, the same thought did cross my mind, but we'll see how it goes.

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