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Re: ESC Brazil, here we go!!
brunomusw   8/15/2014 7:46:27 AM
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hehehehe... Good one "Max beer".. I hope we could drink some beer time over there, the same that we had on ESC San Jose last year. I still have a really nice glass from that day....

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Re: ESC Brazil, here we go!!
Max The Magnificent   8/14/2014 6:05:26 PM
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@brunomusw: For shure Max, this year finally I could go...

      Cool Beans (Happy Dance)

 

See you there, right?

      You betcha -- I'll be the one in the Hawaiian shirt

 

If you see me walking by, just shout "Max Beer" and you'll have my full attention ("Max Bacon" has much the same effect LOL)

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Re: ESC Brazil, here we go!!
brunomusw   8/14/2014 5:53:29 PM
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For shure Max, this year finally I could go, and...

I´ll do a presentation about StartUp companies in Brazil in the ES area, it´s my case... Plus in my case our company is based far away big centers of technology, it was one of the challenges... 

See you there, right?

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Re: Maybe You've Seen This Already
Max The Magnificent   8/14/2014 5:01:38 PM
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@vvc0: ...looked back and saw I had pointed you to that a while ago...

Ah, it was you!

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Re: Maybe You've Seen This Already
Max The Magnificent   8/14/2014 5:00:30 PM
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@vvc0: It looks like your profile has gotten messed up -- no bio or photo/image -- you might want to re-upload this stuff

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vvc0   8/14/2014 4:59:55 PM
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Ack, looked back and saw I had pointed you to that a while ago. As they say, the mind is always the first to go (I think). Anyway, it would make a great addition to your presentation if you could get Weird Al to agree.

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Re: Maybe You've Seen This Already
Max The Magnificent   8/14/2014 4:55:03 PM
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@vvc0: ...since you brought up aluminum foil hats, I thought you might like to see Wierd Al's parody...

I have seen this video -- it's very clever -- but you really have to watch it all the way through to the very last seconds to get the full effect.

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Maybe You've Seen This Already
vvc0   8/14/2014 4:49:11 PM
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Well, since you brought up aluminum foil hats, I thought you might like to see Wierd Al's parody if you haven't already. You might ask him if it would be OK to use in your presentation as well. <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-0TEJMJOhk> Hope you're not too paranoid.

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Re: ESC Brazil, here we go!!
Max The Magnificent   8/13/2014 5:44:25 PM
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@brunomusw: I hope we could meet each other over there and take some picture, I hope that I could finish my gadget for ESC.. :)

So will you be attending ESC Brazil in two weeks' time?

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ESC Brazil, here we go!!
brunomusw   8/13/2014 5:16:17 PM
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Hey Max... 

Last year I went to ESC in San Jose, it was awesome!!! Especially that I was in the US.. :)

Max after I read you post, I went to see if I could find my presentation on DIY section and I couldn't, so after some email I found mine in the DIY section...

I hope we could meet each other over there and take some picture, I hope that I could finish my gadget for ESC.. :)

 

Regards,

Bruno Muswieck

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