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The non-physical presentation materials can be found on my github (MarkusQ) in the ggg repo.  if you were not present, they will not enlighten you, and even if you were studying them too closely may damage your brain.
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The non-physical presentation materials can be found in [https://github.com/MarkusQ/gallimaufry my github repo].  if you were not present, they will not enlighten you, and even if you were studying them too closely may damage your brain.
  
 
The physical presentation materials that weren't consumed by the participants, set on fire, dissolved in acetone, or otherwise rendered unrecognizable can be found in the "craft/hack/prank/maker fodder pile" in my office, at least until they are repurposed.
 
The physical presentation materials that weren't consumed by the participants, set on fire, dissolved in acetone, or otherwise rendered unrecognizable can be found in the "craft/hack/prank/maker fodder pile" in my office, at least until they are repurposed.
  
As I mentioned when we were wrapping up, I may save the second trilogy for next year or I may run with a parallel story set in the same universe.  There was also a suggestion that I re-present Act III (with an abbreviated run through of the first two acts) at pdxai@googlegroups.com, if we ever have another physical meeting.
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As I mentioned when we were wrapping up, I may save the second trilogy for next year or I may run with a parallel story set in the same universe.  There was also a suggestion that I re-present Act III (with an abbreviated run through of the first two acts) at [https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/pdxai pdxai], if we ever have another physical meeting.
  
 
Finally, I'd like to thank all of you who participated so enthusiastically.  I couldn't have done i without you.  
 
Finally, I'd like to thank all of you who participated so enthusiastically.  I couldn't have done i without you.  

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At one point it was popular to refer to the eyes as windows to the soul, and common wisdom accepted that you could learn a great deal about a person’s inner thoughts by looking at their eyes. Then that notion fell out of fashion, except perhaps in love songs. But once we learned how to track people’s eye motions, record them, and analyse the data, we realized that there may have been something to it.

Speaker: Markus Roberts

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Contributed notes

The non-physical presentation materials can be found in my github repo. if you were not present, they will not enlighten you, and even if you were studying them too closely may damage your brain.

The physical presentation materials that weren't consumed by the participants, set on fire, dissolved in acetone, or otherwise rendered unrecognizable can be found in the "craft/hack/prank/maker fodder pile" in my office, at least until they are repurposed.

As I mentioned when we were wrapping up, I may save the second trilogy for next year or I may run with a parallel story set in the same universe. There was also a suggestion that I re-present Act III (with an abbreviated run through of the first two acts) at pdxai, if we ever have another physical meeting.

Finally, I'd like to thank all of you who participated so enthusiastically. I couldn't have done i without you.

(Well, I suppose I could have, but I'd have felt damn silly cavorting like that in an otherwise empty room).

See you next year,

-- Markus