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Friday, October 13, 2006
A Correction and an Apology on Massive Change symposium listing
Our abject apologies to all of you suffered sticker shock when you went to sign up for SEGD Chicago's all-day symposium, Massive Change Global Design, at the Museum of Industry on October 30th. No matter what our monthly Calendar of Architectural Events may have misled you to believe, this is not a free event. You have to pony up anywhere from $200 to $275.00 ($125.00 for students) to hear Bruce Mau, Elva Rubio, and Fred Dust of IDEO. But with a roster like that, what's money? SEG Chicago is recommending you register by October 19th, and you can find instructions, as well as a lot more detail on the day's programs, here. (By the way, am I the only one who finds a page dense with tiny white type against a blood red background not so much edgy design as a painful invitation to eyestrain?)
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You have a double post on the Massive Change piece. What's missing is the story on the Jeweler's Building -- which I'd really like to know about. Thanks.
Thanks for the heads up. Correction has been made. You can also find the posting here.
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