Re: The Talk2 List It is currently 4 degrees Fahrenheit.

2015-02-20 Thread Andre Louis
Yes, long before twitter, long before facebook, this list existed. It still 
exists. It will continue to exist as long as the box by my right-foot can be 
bothered to do what it does. Come on then, let's have a catch up in 5 lines. 
You can actually say quite a lot in just 5 lines, you know.


I will say that I was quite concerned today, because I was in a building 
that was being evacuated due to a suspicious something or other outside. To 
get to my cab, I had to slide under two sets of police tape. I don't 
remember the last time I had to do that.

anyone else done anything crazy today?
If you have, let's hear it.
Last line: Yesterday, my sister in-law came over to watch Eastenders with me 
and the wife, and find out who killed Lucy.



- Original Message - 
From: Lynn Reaper a...@reaper023.freeserve.co.uk

To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2015 5:17 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List It is currently 4 degrees Fahrenheit.


Wow! It’s like seeing a load of old friends after a long break.  Oh I do 
state the obvious don’t I?  Lol!  well, I haven’t forgotten you all anyway, 
well those of you I knew in the first place.  Good to see this list still 
lives after all this time.


Lynn
On 20 Feb 2015, at 10:34, Patrick Perdue patr...@pdaudio.net wrote:

Just thought you should know. If you opened this e-mail expecting 
something interesting, I hope you were disappointed.



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The Talk2 List Fw: The new Design Museum multisensory building tour | Saturday 3 December 2016

2016-11-24 Thread Andre Louis

How'bout that. This group's one email of the year thing.

- Original Message - 
From: "MaMoMi Initiative" <mamomi.initiat...@yahoo.com>

To: "Andre Louis" <onj.lo...@googlemail.com>
Cc: "Mamomiinitiative Info" <i...@mamomiinitiative.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2016 11:53 PM
Subject: The new Design Museum multisensory building tour | Saturday 3 
December 2016



Dear Andre,
I hope all is going well with you and that you have had a good summer. It 
seems such a long time since we last got in touch but I know everything is 
well.
I don't know if i told you but i research and deliver touch tours at the 
Design Museum. I'd like to share some more details in case you are 
interested or know someone who may be. I'm just getting back to work since 
our last event and will be in touch to discuss our proposed sound project. 
There is just one more step that i need to get through and everything else 
will come together.
Please find below information about the forthcoming multisensory tour of the 
new Design Museum, now in Kensington. I hope you are able to attend but also 
feel free to forward to your friends and acquaintances.
The new Design MuseumThe new Design Museum re-opened in its spectacular new 
location today Thursday 24 November in High Street Kensington and a 
multisensory building tour for visually impaired visitors will hold on 
Saturday 3 December 2016, from 12:00 - 13:30 This free tour will offer an 
insight into the transformation of the new Design Museum, identifying key 
architectural features of the building and sharing insight into the history 
of this landmark modernist structure.
The session will take place in the museum’s new Creative Workshop and will 
include a talk and discussion as well as the opportunity to handle sample 
materials from the building.
The new Design Museum offers three times more space, a brand new Swarovski 
Foundation Centre for Learning, a 202-seat Bakala Auditorium with capacity 
for 6 wheelchairs and a dedicated gallery for its permanent collection, 
accessible free of charge.
The tour will last approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.View more at The new 
Design Museum touch tour


Booking information
Tours are free for blind and partially sighted visitors and their 
companions, including exhibition entry.
Advance booking is recommended but not essential. We will prefer to know who 
to expect at the tour so we can have appropriate assistance on the day if 
needed, so we encourage visitors to please book through the museum online 
booking system. The tour meets in the museum foyer 10 minutes before the 
session is due to begin.
If you are interested in this free tour, please book online.View more 
at:http://designmuseum.org/things-to-do/talks-and-events/the-new-design-museum-touch-tour#sthash.iWV5VEhT.dpuf


The Design Museum is located at 224-238 Kensington High Street, London W8 
6AG

GETTING HEREThere are several ways to get to the museum.
UndergroundDistrict and Circle line to Kensington High Street, Central line 
to Holland Park, District and Circle line to Earl’s Court, and District and 
Circle line to South Kensington By RailOverground network to Kensington 
Olympia By BusThe following bus routes stop near the Design Museum: 9, 10, 
27, 28, 49, C1



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Please feel free to forward this to your friends and anyone you think will 
benefit from or enjoy a museum tour.

Look forward to hearing from you soon. All the best
Andrew
Andrew MashigoFounder | Director MaMoMi
E: i...@mamomiinitiative.com T: +44 (0) 7956 946 571Twitter: @mamomi_i | 
Instagram: @mamomi_i | LinkedIn: mamomi-initiativeW: 
www.mamomiinitiative.com and www.dialoguebeyondsight.com

Motto: engage | explore | educate
MaMoMi is a trading name of Mamomi Initiative CIC, a Community Interest 
Company | Registered in England and Wales | Reg. no. 7189866 




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The Talk2 List Fw: The Canute refreshable braille e-reader musical demonstration 16 March 2018

2018-02-05 Thread Andre Louis

- Original Message - 
From: Sally Zimmermann 
To: Sally Zimmermann 
Sent: Monday, February 05, 2018 4:08 PM
Subject: The Canute refreshable braille e-reader musical demonstration 16 March 
2018


Dear Musician

 

The first opportunity to touch a Canute is going to be at RNIB Judd Street on 
16 March. For more information and to register please visit:

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/braille-music-performance-and-demonstration-with-canute-braille-e-reader-tickets-42714537331?utm_term=eventurl_text

 

Please pass this email onto others whom you think might be interested. 

 

Meanwhile I hope all is going well with your musical activities. 

 

Yours sincerely

Sally Zimmermann

RNIB Music Adviser 

 

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