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May 24, 2007

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Leonardo Mora

As I always say, definitions are key. 1. a native or inhabitant of Bohemia.
2. (usually lowercase) a person, as an artist or writer, who lives and acts free of regard for conventional rules and practices.
3. the Czech language, esp. as spoken in Bohemia.
4. a Gypsy.
–adjective
5. of or pertaining to Bohemia, its people, or their language.
6. (usually lowercase) pertaining to or characteristic of the unconventional life of a bohemian.
7. living a wandering or vagabond life, as a Gypsy.

Non I would say apply to a blogger at this point.

Leonardo

Ana

Nice definition Leonardo!
But I think we shouldn't be so strict with the words, otherwise we could get lost among all definitions and lose any sense of reality.


Elmine Wijnia

Lovely thoughts Carla. Glad you had an inspiring day. And it was lovely seeing you again :-)

Ana

Thanks for the explanation!
Amsterdam and the blogwalking were a really great combination.
Paris would also be a good place to enjoy the next drink and the nice discussions.
Or how about the Chaos Communication Camp in August?

Carla

Thanks for your definition, Leonardo! I think I had the second one in mind. As for the camp, Ana, I never heard about it, so looked it up in Google. The first word I saw was "hacking", no thank you, sorry. Maybe we'll meet each other at another place, but it will not be the CCC!

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