A Punter’s Perspective
Random observations on the wide, weird world of folk from the side of the stage
#41 Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own II
First published in Trad and Now magazine, February 2013
This is where the text goes. Normally.
This article was written in the bar of the Carrington Hotel one Tuesday morning as I stretched the monthly friendship with Trad and Now’s very personable editor to get something vaguely printable in by the
sometimes usually rubbery marker some people refer to as a deadline.
I had several challenges that day, not the least of which was a dead laptop.
So over the course of about two and a half hours, I wrote and submitted my article in text on a Samsung Galaxy I.
It was a bit silly. Nay, it was a lot silly.
I didn’t think I still had it, but it’s there in my sent emails on Gmail. I’ll probably save a copy into Dropbox for posterity’s sake.
But I don’t see any need to regurgitate it here now. It’s more for continuity than anything else.
I had a timely and amusing reminder of my publisher’s good humour and brevity of phrase when I told him some weeks later that normal service would be resumed in the March edition. His response was simply: