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Cultural Commentary from both sides of the Atlantic

posted in Media on September 20th, 2007

When I first met Nate, I knew that I had found one of those rare people you have an immediate link with; you share the same thoughts at the same time and it starts to become magical.

Nate and I are both passionate about what we do, what we have done and what we will be doing and we agreed that it was time to start doing something together and so we started to work on NachoTalk:

NachoTalk is a blog that focuses on social and cultural commentary, with viewpoints from two writers on opposite sides of the Atlantic (hence the tagline). We also may occasionally stray from that that formula and post something a little more lighthearted than the usual topics.

Nate and I both started writing articles a couple of weeks ago and decided that the best way to handle things was to go for a two-weekly schedule; one week Nate publishes an article, the next week I do and so on.

Our first contributions are online, so feel free to hop over and enjoy our new project.

That said, thanks go out to Kevin, Ben, Phillip, Emma, Gabriele, Joel, Katie, Darren and a couple of others for providing us with feedback during our soft-launch period, you rock guys (and gals, of course).



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  1. Introducing Nacho Talk « The Lumbering Bear said, on September 27th, 2007 at 5:36 am

    [...] is also a definite sense of kindred spirits that underlies this project, as Kerim mentioned in his launch article. It is without doubt a product of the 21st Century: we have never met face-to-face or even spoken [...]