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November 24, 2009


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That's great, Michael! Congratulations on the award. I'll download the podcast for the 4.5 hour drive I have ahead of me this afternoon...

i listened! you were very good Michael :)

Callan and Suvrat - thanks - as always!

well deserved. Congratulations.
Ckeck this: http://www.ted.com/talks/magnus_larsson_turning_dunes_into_architecture.html, might be of your interest

Thanks for the comment, Landim. You're right - the Magnus Larsson project is absolutely fascinating and provocative - I wrote about it earlier at http://throughthesandglass.typepad.com/through_the_sandglass/2009/04/sandstonemaking-microbes-tafoni-and-an-extraordinary-design-idea.html. However, I was not aware of the video you link to of Larsson talking about this project - well worth watching and I have updated the original post to include it - thanks again.

Congratulations Michael, Well done... Good practice for that future BBC documentary! :)

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