hey marlon, como vas. Oye muchas gracias por montar el video... lo que te escribí si es un feedback del cuestionario para entrar a la comunidad... me parece que son muchas preguntas ;)
Un abrazo, hablamos pronto. Ha! y otra cosa.. Será que me podrías por favor enviar el video? es que para mostrarlo en otro lado nadie lo puede ver porque tienen que inscribirte en tu pagina.. mandamelo con tu logo ;)
xoxo from Portland! Visiting with Ralley and Noelle (below!) Took some class and danced a bit in a yellow room... heading north tommorow... Seattle soon. Miss you! I'll be back in NYC mid-January.
Great to meet you last night - thanks for setting that up!
Let's figure out a time to chat - phone, net, or in person. I work from home mon/fri/sun morning, so let me know when works for you!
Very sad news re: Brian Casey-
posted by Brian's brother:
It is with much sadness that I must tell you that my brother, Brian, passed away yesterday. The cause has yet to be determined. All we know is that he went quietly at his apartment. Arrangements are being handled by Egan-Ryan in Columbus, OH. Calling hours are this Thursday 2-4 and 7-9. There will be a Mass at St. Timothy Church Friday at 11:00. Full details should be in The Columbus Dispatch on Wednesday. Please feel free to forward this on to anyone you think is appropriate as there are many who know him that I do not have e-mail addresses. I would ask that you do not call at this time as my sister and I are helping our parents with things. We pretty much have everything else covered so all we need from you are thoughts and prayers. Please also keep Brian's niece and 3 nephews in your prayers as well.
It was great to get to know dance-tech.net. As you could see, I work for www.idanca.net and I belive we have similar goals, to get people to connect with each other, to discuss and to publish their work.
I look forward to exploring it further, there´s so much interesting stuff.
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