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May 18, 2005


Amid the swirling damp mist of San Francisco I receive news of an intriguing event in Maastricht called Breath-taking. A series of lectures about air, art and architecture include heavier-than-air pieces from Francois Perrin ('The geometry of climate') and Peter Sloterdijk ('Inspiration'). The website features a bursting blue bubble, which is my feeble pretext for reminding you of this week's In the Bubble events:
- Today: Palo Alto 12:00 noon IDEO "KnowHow" talk, introduced by Bill Moggridge, 831 High Street, Palo Alto. Contact person: Scott Underwood (scott@ideo.com), (650) 289 3409.
- Tomorrow (Thursday): 5:30pm Elliott Bay Book Company, 101 South Main Street, Seattle Washington 98104. 206 624-6600
- Friday 20 May: 7:00pm, University Bookstore, 4326 University Way SE Seattle, Washington 98195. 206 634-3400

Posted by John Thackara at May 18, 2005 06:06 PM


Hey! Through the grapevine I heard your talk at Ideo went really well!

Posted by: Insider at May 19, 2005 03:38 PM

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