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By gr on 2006-03-25

I've been working on graphics all day to get everything set up for the festivities next month. gr/eats turns one, and gr2 has an upcoming group show. Groups shows seem easier, but in the end, nooo, it's a lot harder. More people, more coordination, and that leads to possible mistakes. This show is going to be a great one I think.gr-eats.comgr2.net

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By Eric on 2006-03-24

Podcasts. Not sure if we’re doing the podcast thing right, but for now, we’re just recording everything into an ipod with the Griffin technology microphone. We don’t have any extension mic, all we do is talk into the ipod. That seems like a genuine way to podcast. I edit it all in Garage Band, and then output it. As you can tell the issue 40 podcast is too long. So now we’re breaking down the podcasts into smaller files. I hope you enjoy.

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By gr on 2006-03-24

Podcasts. Not sure if we're doing the podcast thing right, but for now, we're just recording everything into an ipod with the Griffin technology microphone. We don't have any extension mic, all we do is talk into the ipod. That seems like a genuine way to podcast. I edit it all in Garage Band, and then output it. As you can tell the issue 40 podcast is too long. So now we're breaking down the...

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By Eric on 2006-03-23

A bus carrying cruise ship tourists on a side trip through the mountains of northern Chile plunged off a cliff, killing 12 people, all of them U.S. citizens, authorities said. The bus was returning to the ship from a national park near the Bolivian border when it swerved off the highway and into a 260-foot canyon, said Maj. Carlos Valcarce, an Arica police spokesman.

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By gr on 2006-03-23

A bus carrying cruise ship tourists on a side trip through the mountains of northern Chile plunged off a cliff, killing 12 people, all of them U.S. citizens, authorities said. The bus was returning to the ship from a national park near the Bolivian border when it swerved off the highway and into a 260-foot canyon, said Maj. Carlos Valcarce, an Arica police spokesman.

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