EPET @ SITE in New Orleans, the video

by | Thursday, April 04, 2013

Sandra Sawaya has created a video from photographs taken during our recent sojourn to New Orleans for SITE2013. I think it captures a bit of what we did over there – lots of photos of food and friends, and some presentations. Enjoy.

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