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introducing the little printer, from BERG Cloud.

Little Printer lives in your home, bringing you news, puzzles and gossip from friends. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper.
who wouldn't want to wake up with their updates ready for them, to pour over with their morning cup of coffee? never a fan of checking my iphone while at the breakfast table, this seems like a nicer way to be my usual anti-social morning self.

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cleaning my pack, choosing my clothes. pulling out my parka from under the bed. stitching up my holy mittens, neglected since last winter. there's not too much need for wintery things in london and some days i almost feel robbed of winter when it's been above 10 degrees consistently for weeks.


you can take the canadian out of winter, but you can't take the winter out of a canadian. people told me i'm crazy to travel across siberia during winter. i'm thrilled at the chance to see snow, go tobogganing and trek across mountain passes in my head as i watch distances fly by from the comfort of the train. in less than 48 hours, i'll be en route to moscow and then onwards to vladivostok on the eastern coast of russia, looking across at canada from the other side.

for four weeks, i'll jump from train to train, making short stops in cities along the way. catch my breathe in moscow and then finally to st. petersburg. after dreaming about this trip for years, it's hard to believe i have a visa in my passport and my flights are just a couple days away.

the calm before the travel storm.