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11:07am on Sunday, 21st October, 2007:
My voice is currently coming out an octave or more lower than it does normally.
Last week, I got a sore throat, which I expected would develop into a cold just in time for the Virtual Worlds Forum Europe next week. However, somehow I managed to stave off the full-blown cold, and instead have developed a cough. Horrible icky sticky stuff from Flanders (ie. it's phlegmish) has attached itself to my vocal cords, with the result that I now have an impressive, booming voice. If I cough before speaking I can sound like myself for a few seconds, but then it comes back.
I don't expect it to last more than a couple of days, but that doesn't mean it won't carry on for a week. Oh well, if it does resist we'll see how talking for an hour in my EE114 lecture on Tuesday affects it. It'll either cure it or remove my powers of speech entirely.
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