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March 2011
We're trialing our new travelogue page format for some of February's more significant efforts.

February 2011
This month offered more opportunities for Projects than usual. Here's a sampling:

GGB 110226 NTower med.JPG Golden Gate Bridge assay 3
Jacob and Dave survey the GGB again February 26
Denver 110221 Mbridge Mast med.JPG The Denver Millennium Bridge
More bridge samples from February 21
Denver 110220 Bronc Buster med.JPG Monumental Denver
A tour of the city's bronze on February 20
Kaneko 01 110212 med.jpg An Android field test
Listening to Jun Kaneko's Dango sculptures in San Jose February 12
Interviewing alt.JPG Interviewing angels
A visit to Milan, Italy, and the Cimitero Monumentale on February 10

January 2011
We continued our investigations in the Tools department.

JakesBassRig03.jpg Jacob's big bass rig
Our SoCal contingent went off in search of big game, armed appropriately
X10 04 med.JPG Sony Xperia X10
We posted notes on our latest investigations into Android mobile phones
SoNoGram vid small.jpg SoNoGram on Vimeo
Our final SoundWalk 2010 performance of SoNoGram is posted in its entirety
Golden Gate vid alt.jpg Golden Gate now on Vimeo
Our first bridge assay is now viewable in a single video without interruptions

October 2010
We performed and showcased our web activities at FLOOD's SoundWalk 2010 on October 2.

SoundWalk trio.JPG SoundWalk 2010
Our SoundWalk 2010 project page has the pictures and ephemera like our packing list

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