Freedom of the Press

April 26, 2005

I was at the Social Computing Symposium all day, so I couldn’t watch their activity, but it looks like the bees have been making short work of the newspaper I put in to give the combined hives a chance to get to know eachother before they mingled. Lots of chewed up newspaper outside of Hive 2. Just a little bit outside of Hive 1, but the newspaper is also up much higher, so it may take them longer to work it down.

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