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Hey guys!  I'm (as of April 2005) a second year Computer Engineering student at RIT, currently taking 4 courses which have ''nothing'' to do with engineering.  I'll be off to Europe for long while this summer, but in the mean time, I'm working on getting a free culture movement going in Rochester, an inter-school type of thing.  If you're from any school anywhere around Rochester NY, please get in touch with me.
 
Hey guys!  I'm (as of April 2005) a second year Computer Engineering student at RIT, currently taking 4 courses which have ''nothing'' to do with engineering.  I'll be off to Europe for long while this summer, but in the mean time, I'm working on getting a free culture movement going in Rochester, an inter-school type of thing.  If you're from any school anywhere around Rochester NY, please get in touch with me.
  
'''Please don't be afraid to get in touch with me about any questions or comments you might have.'''  Email me at [mailto:freec@dxdt.org freec@dxdt.org] and I'll try to respond within a few days.  You can also call at (585) 292-8993, or IM me (Jabber) at LukeS@jabber.org (tho it will likely be some time before I respond to your IM).
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'''Please don't be afraid to get in touch with me about any questions or comments you might have.'''  Email me (at the domain dxdt.org and username "fc") and I'll try to respond within a few days.  You can also IM me (Jabber) at LukeS@jabber.org (tho it will likely be some time before I respond to your IM).
  
  
 
I have a [http://www.dxdt.org/archive/ free music archive] with boatloads of Free (as in freedom) music.  I highly recommend [http://www.locarecords.com Loca Records], ''the best'' Free Culture record label I've found.  You should buy '''all''' of their CDs if you like high quality electronic music.
 
I have a [http://www.dxdt.org/archive/ free music archive] with boatloads of Free (as in freedom) music.  I highly recommend [http://www.locarecords.com Loca Records], ''the best'' Free Culture record label I've found.  You should buy '''all''' of their CDs if you like high quality electronic music.

Latest revision as of 20:20, 20 June 2005

Hey guys! I'm (as of April 2005) a second year Computer Engineering student at RIT, currently taking 4 courses which have nothing to do with engineering. I'll be off to Europe for long while this summer, but in the mean time, I'm working on getting a free culture movement going in Rochester, an inter-school type of thing. If you're from any school anywhere around Rochester NY, please get in touch with me.

Please don't be afraid to get in touch with me about any questions or comments you might have. Email me (at the domain dxdt.org and username "fc") and I'll try to respond within a few days. You can also IM me (Jabber) at LukeS@jabber.org (tho it will likely be some time before I respond to your IM).


I have a free music archive with boatloads of Free (as in freedom) music. I highly recommend Loca Records, the best Free Culture record label I've found. You should buy all of their CDs if you like high quality electronic music.