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Tehran: bowling for glory
 

Ad-hoc interviews in a bowling alley seemed like a good idea at the time – after all the same location had worked well on a research road trip through the US. In Tupelo on the eve of Elvis’s birthday the lanes were the local social hub and the pace and space highly conducive to social interaction and documentation. But here techno drowns out any hope of meaningful dialog, even between team members.

Won one, lost one, glad we came.