Thursday, July 19, 2012
This was the first time KRG attempted to harness the Internet to see if a semblance of physical presence could be afforded by the Skype application to allow traveling members to attend. Although it is commonly used to connect people in a video session remotely, Skype did not work on the day because a reliable broadband connection could not be established. Joe and KumKum in Boston were keen to attend; the Internet failure was a disappointment for all.
Talitha and Gopa
Kamala Das (Kamala Surayya, when she died) must now rank as number one in the frequency of choice by KRG members.
A most unlikely poet to read was Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games. His verse which would have been rejected at a club poetry contest, nevertheless won an Olympic gold medal; talk of match fixing!
Gopa and Bobby
As ever the discussions in the group were lively and led in many directions. Here are the readers pictured at the end of the session:
Anna, Talitha, Priya, Bobby, Gopa, Sunil, Mathew
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