[hackerspaces] friend in Paris..
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Wed Sep 5 16:38:00 CEST 2012
Re: >> math through architecture
There was a doctor named Trincaretto, M.D., who proposed that the
Bourgogne Fortifications in Maubeuge, Northern France
could be a topic for learning Math through the built environment. A
group of us spent a week in Maubeuge in October, 2000
at a Conference on Art & Mathematics, where the
Math-through-Architecture proposal was presented. I think that it
ARPAM. http://arpam.free.fr/colloque.html The link, now dead from
this page can be found in the Internet Archive:
On Wed, Sep 5, 2012 at 6:23 AM, Charles Paul <charles.paul at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Willow,
> The authorities are still investigating the people responsible for the
> underground movie theater... The people who performed that stunt
> don't want to be public. But you can meet the wonderful friendly
> folks from UX and other Cataphiles easily once you are actually over
> there. Their identities are common knowledge in the "underground"
> scene - people just don't share that kind of info on the net.
> Take care,
> On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 5:12 PM, Willow Brugh <willow.bl00 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> One of the founders of Seattle's Jigsaw is visiting Paris to learn about
>> math through architecture or some such thing. He's super interested in the
>> UX project - anyone up to intro him? Baron is incredibly competent and
>> quiet. Also, his name is Baron, and that's awesome.
>> Willow Brugh // willowbl00
>> Schedule a meeting with me
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