Home Again

I’m back home again from Egypt. What a fantastic trip it was, I am going through a little withdrawal. We did so much, saw so much, met such great people, it’s a little hard to go back to real life.
However, I am going to get back to work. I am suffering from a hideous cold right now so things are ramping up a little slowly but by the end of the week all podcasts should be back to normal, and I’ll be back live on the radio Saturday and Sunday. I also have a ton of pictures and video to go through. I’ll post them a bit at a time – and I hope to find some time to blog a little about my experiences, too.

It truly was the “trip of a lifetime!”

41 Replies to “Home Again”

  1. Welcome back! I can’t wait for all your podcasts to get rolling again and I am really excited for all of your MacWorld coverage coming next week, it’s going to be great.

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  2. Welcome back Leo. It sounds like the trip was one to remember for a lifetime. Can’t wait to see more pix.
    PS: When you get a chance, I’m looking for the MacWorld schedule.

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  3. Glad you made it home safely!. Yes, please think of doing a netcast about your trip to egypt, I’m sure the TWiT army would love to hear about it.

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  4. Hello Leo, welcome back. Miss your podcasts but have enjoyed your Egypt photos a lot. I’m going to Mac World Expo with my wife. We hope to see you there. Cheers.Robert Morales, long time Twit listener.

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  5. So glad it lived up to the “trip of a lifetime” billing Leo. I hope the whole family enjoyed it as much. Can’t wait to hear all about it and refill my podcast dir…
    Chief TWiT is back in da house!!!!

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  6. Welcome back Leo!
    You say that you have withdrawal from trip to Egypt, I had withdrawal from Radio Leo when you were in Egypt, because there isn’t much more besides you on netcast land. Thank goodness that you recorded some podcasts in advance.

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  7. Welcome back, Leo. I’m happy to hear that you and your family had a good time in Egypt.
    I hope you get well soon.
    P.S. I can’t wait to get back to listening to your podcasts!

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  8. Welcome back!! I’m happy to hear you visited with family in RI. I have lived here all my life and live in the West end of the city. Glad to know such talent has come from Rhode Island. All the best to you!

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  9. Thanks really great Leo. I just cant wait to hear your reviews on CES 2008. I was tracking the show and i must say a lot of good stuff this year. Where can we see your Egypt’s Pictures.

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  10. You must feel at lot of culture shock coming back to technology and all from that ancient land of Egypt.
    Did you invent a ‘Pharaoh Phone’ while you were over there? It may be able to give the ‘iPhone” a run for it’s money over here in the USA!
    lol
    Welcome back, Leo!

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  11. I join the others is welcoming you back to NETCAST land, but I must comment that after your resistance to using the word PODCAST, and quite right too, you are slipping back into using that terrible phrase again… You coined NETCAST Stick with it Bro !!Seriously, I am suffering withdrawal too, I am deprived of my Friday morning treat of SECURITY NOW, something I have listened to since episode ONE… Get well soon.. :-))
    MM

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  12. Welcome home!
    It is very generous of you to share your experiences in Egypt and thanks for the posting the photos. Is this your Canon? Some of the images are spectacular. Have a great time at the Mac conference.

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  13. Welcome home!
    It is very generous of you to share your experiences in Egypt and thanks for the posting the photos. Is this your Canon? Some of the images are spectacular. Have a great time at the Mac conference.

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  14. Happy New Year and welcome home Leo!I really enjoyed seeing your photos of Egypt, your 5D served you well.
    I’m listening to Munchcast 17 right now, I found this video featuring the Super Dickmann’s.
    Hope you feel better soon, I will be waiting for your coverage of MacWorld.

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  15. Really enjoyed the pics. I lived in Egypt for a year back in the 90s, and it doesn’t look like much has changed. Loved the place, though…the people, the sights, the feeling that this is a very different place than any other place I’d ever been. Brilliant. Looking forward to hearing more of your experiences there.

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