May 9-10 I went to an "African African" restaurant, as Larry called it. In an area with a lot of small shops you find a woman cooking things in big pots and tell her what you want. There is a dirt floor and metal roof. I got fish, vegetables, matoke, rice and posho. And a Stony Tamagizwa, ginger beer, as usual. This all cost about $1.50, a huge meal, and was freshly cooked. We sat at a table outside a shop in the area. A dog was lying in the shade of a truck near me, but he was not interested in my matoke. Tues I tried to meet with the Maltech U principal (president) but he wasn't there. I'll just show up tomorrow to do a lecture there. We went to the Hare Krishna restaurant which was good downtown, and battled traffic through a couple of other stops for TATS business and back to the guesthouse before it rained. Finally finished loonspace.c to create new scores, and sent 10 of them off to Hoon in Seoul. I guess they will perform the piece in October. It will be nice to have this program for other uses, too. The Stawa class was great. Prof Justinian Tamasuza (composer), 4 or 5 of his former students, and his wife Prof Sylvia Tamasuza (ethnomusicologist) came, and were enthusiastic participants. I talked about granular synthesis. I played Smoke, and they loved it. Usually when I play a piece people here love it. We are planning for some future seminar online, or next summer maybe. I have been enjoying the Stawa U. students, as they are learning something new and generally like it, but this was on a new level with a bunch of composers! They are enthusiastic about learning electronic music. Prof Tamasuza studied electronic music as a grad student at Northwestern and at Belfast. I created a resource document and sent it around on flash drive. I also found out they have a whiteboard and projector here, altho it's not for sure that the projector works. So tomorrow (Wed) I have a talk at Maltech U, a meeting with collaborator Kalungi who will bring me an akogo (thumb piano), the Stawa U class, and maybe dinner at the rotating restaurant with a view. Thursday I head off to Entebbe to see the botanical garden and then catch my flights back to the US. I am very eager to see T and S, but also kind of surprised that the month here has gone by so quickly. I will miss Uganda, but am so enriched by the visit!