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Denny Schmickle  
The Starlight
2005-06-05 14:09:03
Nein, The
Femme Generation
Haunches, The

Nein Poster - The Starlight, Waterloo - Denny Schmickle

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dennyschmickleSend dennyschmickle a message :   found this on the internets looking up computer stuff.   2006-06-04 20:23:02
bwhitlaSend bwhitla a message :   you should really make this out of postits.
  2005-07-01 15:23:09
Casey BurnsSend Casey Burns a message :   denny, these look great. thanks so much.
safety47, are you the ber manager who does all the posters for the club? the one you made for us was incredible. thanks so much. in fact, all the posters up at the club were great. do you have them posted on here? it's so rare for us to pull into a club and have them have any flyers up. thank you.
  2005-06-15 20:08:23
kate*Send kate* a message :   Pink & Orange are HOTT!!!   2005-06-15 16:42:23
Safety47Send Safety47 a message :   Had I known that you were going to do the poster for this show, I would have never attempted one of my own Looks absolutely incredible in person.   2005-06-14 17:00:03
RyanESend RyanE a message :   Some really cool textures in there. Nice image.   2005-06-07 16:46:45
edSend ed a message :   holy sht denny, another level   2005-06-07 16:34:16
dennyschmickleSend dennyschmickle a message :   Original photo: Somehow, it doesn't look quite the same.   2005-06-07 09:19:24
dennyschmickleSend dennyschmickle a message :   12.5x19, 3c, Frinch xSmartxWhitex 110 lb THANKS CASEY, DALE, And Other guys!
Here's the text at the bottom. It's about George Stibitz (pictured), inventor of the first electronic digital computer. It's EDUTAINMENT:
"At about the same time as Claude Shannon was working on his masters thesis on Boolean algebra and electronic circuitry, George Stibitz, a Bell Labs researcher, had a similar thought.
The result was the prototype binary adder circuit - an electromechanical circuit that controlled binary addition. Stibitz incorporated his new circuitry into his Model K (the K standing for - appropriately, if less than imaginatively - Kitchen) digital calculator.
Stibitz took his circuit back to Bell Labs and over the next two years, working in conjunction with Samuel Williams, devised a machine that could calculate all four basic mathematical functions with complex numbers.
The Complex Number Calculator (later re-named the Bell Labs Model Relay Computer), came to be widely recognised as the world's first electronic digital computer."
  2005-06-07 09:17:17
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   Classy!   2005-06-06 16:59:48
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Lookin' good, Denny! What does the bottom say?   2005-06-06 16:18:33
Zach HobbsSend Zach Hobbs a message :   denny is rollin dubs.   2005-06-06 16:10:20
modrocket10Send modrocket10 a message :   love this!   2005-06-06 16:09:54
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