Re: Paul Rayar and ceramics
Yes, I would like to meet!
I am coming to Hasselt, Belgium arriving Monday, March 26th and leaving
Thursday, March 29th.
I am coming to Hasselt for a meeting of the European Living Labs network
on the 27th http://www.ami-communities.eu/wiki/20070327_LL_Open_Event
and a related conference about Hasselt as an "i-City" Mapping the
Fundamentals: Visions on a Mobile Future on the 28th and 29th
It seems that Hasselt is a city of the future!
Perhaps you'd like to attend the Living Labs network meeting? It is free
and I invite you to join Pamela McLean's working group Learning From
Each Other http://groups.yahoo.com/group/learningfromeachother/ and
attend as one of our lab's members.
Or we could meet up some evening. Or perhaps I could visit you on the
30th. Although I will likely spend that day in Brussels and then travel
onwards to the United Kingdom.
I am looking for a place to stay in Hasselt. I have asked some people
through http://www.hospitalityclub.org and I also see there is a hostel
in Borkijk http://www.vjh.be
I look forward to meeting and learning more about your many endeavors!
Yes, please send me some of your materials so that I might take a look.
Paul Rayar wrote:
> Dear Andrius
> Thank you for your E-Mail and pertinent information on distance
> learning. If you are open to a meeting, while you are in our part of
> Europe, I will come to the place you suggest. We live in Epen, which
> is midway between Maastricht and Aachen, Germany.
> Our website is quite out of date and doesn’t contain the RUBACON
> Programme of Sustainable Development, the Innovation Plans for ‘target
> countries’ or the four World Bank Proposals, two of which were
> approved as finalists for the recent Development Marketplace 2006
> event in Washington. All of the above literature, I will send you upon
> your request.
> I look forward to hear from you soon and, hopefully, to meet you
> Kind regards
> Paul (Rayar)
> ARCILLA RESEARCH
> On 11/3/07 04:38, "Andrius Kulikauskas" <ms@...> wrote:
> > Pamela,
> > Thank you for introducing me to Paul Rayar of Arcilla Research
> > http://www.arcillaresearch.com and your development of ceramics without
> > firing.
> > Paul, I will be in Western Europe from March 20 to April 21, probably in
> > the UK for much of time. So I will not get to see you when you are
> > there in May. But I invite you to join Pamela's working group Learning
> > From Each Other http://groups.yahoo.com/group/learningfromeachother/
> > which is her deepest value in life and where she is pursuing questions
> > such as How are some people excluded from the opportunity of learning
> > and how can we help them overcome those barriers using ICT? Send a
> > blank message to email@example.com
> > We also have a New Craft working group led by Christine Ax in German
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/newcraft/ where I think your inventions
> > are very relevant. Send a blank message to
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Andrius
> > Andrius Kulikauskas
> > Minciu Sodas
> > http://www.ms.lt
> > ms@...
> > Pamela McLean wrote:
> >> Andrius and Paul
> >> I need to introduce you
> >> Paul - A is a great networker and encourages and supports "independent
> >> thinkers" by bringing them together.
> >> Andrius - Paul is an innovator regarding construction, builing, and
> >> energy. AS Cawdnet Campus develops we hape he will have a "department"
> >> there. I hope he will also lead one of the Cawdnet Campus-
> >> Trainserspod Webinars using Elluminate ...
> >> Paul - I think you will like that opportunity - but not pressure to do
> >> it - I will explain about it later.
> >> Paul - Andrius will be in UK and in Amsterdam soon
> >> Both - Please try to make an opportunity to meet up.
> >> Andrius - would your Elluminate practice next week provide an initial
> >> opportunity - if so please advise Paul.
> >> Pam
> >> Paul Rayar wrote:
> >>> ...planning our journey to the UK. If the date is approved by ... we
> >>> will be coming over during the week of 13 – 20 May.