[AG-TECH] Access Grid and its impact.

Jimmy Miklavcic jimmy.miklavcic at utah.edu
Fri Mar 9 15:14:29 CST 2012

Beth and I have to really thank Tom Uram, Ivan Judson, the Argon AG crew and others in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and Wales for all the incredible work that they have done over the many years that we have been involved with the Grid.  The Access Grid has had a profound impact on our creativity and it has been the fundamental infrastructure within our work in telematic performance since 2003. Telematic performance has grown in the past 10 years, particularly in music, and the AG earns its place in history for its part in creative innovation.

We have made many global friends through the AG, some that we still have not met in person.  This goes to show how powerful this system has been in providing access, connecting many of us from around the globe, and building a true community of people willing to share creative ideas and a glass of ice cold beer.

Thank you all at Argon and around the world for your time, energy, patience, knowledge and laughter. We look forward to the next phase in the evolution our global community.

We raise a pint of our best local brew in your honor,
Beth & Jimmy

PS: Salt Lake City does have good beer. ;-)

Jimmy Miklavcic
Multimedia Specialist
University of Utah CHPC
155 S 1452 E RM 405
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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