[Brmlab] Fwd: Getting Started with the Nomadic Science Lab - Mutamorphosis, Prague

Radka Haneckova chidori at emptytriangle.com
Sun Dec 2 21:42:46 CET 2012

Chcela som len pripomenut akciu ktora prebieha tento tyzden v Prahe -
"Nomadic Science Lab - Mutamorphosis", blizssie info dolu :)


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From: Marc Dusseiller <marc at dusseiller.ch>
Date: Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 7:03 PM
Subject: Getting Started with the Nomadic Science Lab - Mutamorphosis, Prague
To: Denisa Kera <denisa.kera at gmail.com>
Cc: Pavel Sedlak <gm.sedlak at gmail.com>, Zackery Denfeld
<zackery at gmail.com>, Cathrine Kramer <cathrine.kramer at gmail.com>, Urs
Gaudenz <urs at gaudi.ch>, Brian Degger <brian.degger at gmail.com>, kinimod
činham <dominik.mahnic at gmail.com>, Michal Kindernay
<michal.kindernay at gmail.com>, Radka Haneckova
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Andrej Boleslavsky | CIANT <andrej.boleslavsky at ciant.cz>,
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<verena at kuni.org>, Jennifer Willet <jswillet at gmail.com>, Spela Petric
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Dear friends,

as you all are somehow involved in our activities during mutamorphosis
2012, participating, collaborating, remote connecting, participating
at the panel, attracting, theoretizing, bullshiting etc, i send you a
warm welcome and hello from prague!

we finally arrived and are getting ready to get rolling with the
Nomadic Science Lab.
we'll be in Vzorkovna from tomorrow morning onwards, hacking, fooding,
chatting, brewing, arguing etc.



we will keep you all updated about what's going on these days, for
those who arrive later.
and feel free to cross post our links through fbook or other means.

all the best.... now out for food.

"I was twenty-five and too old to be unusual."    James Watson, The Double Helix

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