Month: July 2014

Caesarea Israel #throughglass

I’m currently in Israel as a part of a technology and tech trade mission run by the Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce. Today is Shabbat — the Sabbath — so we took the opportunity to do some sightseeing before getting  down to business tomorrow. We headed north to Caesarea, which was originally built by King Herod (yes, […]

Life in a boot #throughglass

My recent trampolining injury turned out to be much more major than first anticipated, and I now find myself in a moon boot with walking crutches for the next 12-16 weeks.  By my calculations, that pretty much takes me through to October before I lose my new accessories, and let’s just say, I have acquired […]