I was never a part of these projects, but had great fun watching them take place. You all should be very proud of what you accomplished. A true community of folks from all over the globe. I'd be willing to bet no one else can boast of such an accomplishment. I'm so glad so many of you have kept parts of it alive in various forms.
OMG! That's amazing! Although eight years later, the posters and tile postcards have got to be a wee bit yellowed.
And I see that they've moved to Lower Manhattan. When we did this, they were only a few blocks from me on E23 St. That was really the reason we chose them. David had nothing to do with it — I just didn't feel like schlepping that stuff more than three blocks!
Is my face RED??? I honestly didn't remember that. Hagen had posted so many videos during that time that I just lost track and my creaky old memory bank filed it under his name. Where's a bottle of Aricept® when you need one?
Apologies X 1,000!
But you're right. It doesn't matter. So shut up and stop looking for attention. And the good news is you're not Pete. I remember Terry 11 giving him no end of grief over how long it was taking him to complete the video for Mosaic II! (or was it III — that memory leak again...)
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