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Archive for September, 2009

Intel on the TV Future

Intel, the world's biggest chip maker, predicts that by 2015 there will be 12 billion devices capable of connecting to 500 billion hours of TV and video content.

Intel, the world's biggest chip maker, predicts that by 2015 there will be 12 billion devices capable of connecting to 500 billion hours of TV and video content.

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Under cyrstal clear skies this weekend, the British Invasion flooded Stowe with Tory design supreme, many an elder statesman, pipe smokers, blowers, bangers and mash. For information on the Invasion or Stowe Real Estate, e-mail info@maplesweet.com or cruise maplesweet.com for the latest Stowe listings and information for sellers and prospective purchasers.

Aston Martin DB5 restored to 007 James Bond Specs

Aston Martin DB5 restored to 007 James Bond Specs


Fine Beard & Good Ol' Pipe

Fine Beard & Good Ol' Pipe


MG Stylin' Accordian Hood

MG Stylin' Accordian Hood


Bagpiper & His Original Paint Jaguar

Bagpiper & His Original Paint Jaguar


Station Wagon Never Better

Station Wagon Never Better


Signed, Sealed, Delivered....

Signed, Sealed, Delivered....


David Steinman, 2008 Concours d'Elegance Champion

David Steinman, 2008 Concours d'Elegance Champion


Rolls Royce Classicism

Rolls Royce Classicism

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Architecture & Design Film Festival Logo from web site
September 24th – 27th, 2009 Mad River Valley, Vermont

The first film festival celebrating the creative spirit of architecture and design will be held in Waitsfield, Vermont during the height of fall colors. An exciting selection of films, including feature-length films, documentaries and shorts will engage the audience with how architects and designers think, work and create. The films profile visionary architects, the creative design process, environmental issues and the brilliant designs that we see and use every day. The program includes conversations with filmmakers, architects and designers.

Our website has a complete listing of films and events, schedules, ticket information and lodging packages.

The Architecture & Design Film Festival will benefit the Yestermorrow Design/Build School. Yestermorrow inspires students to create a better and more sustainable world by providing an architectural education that integrates design and building into one continuous process.

I hope you can join us at the festival and enjoy the films, discussions, events, and, of course, the fall colors.

Cheers,

Kyle Bergman –AIA
Festival Director

For more information on the Architecture & Design Film Festival or on Vermont real estate, please call 1-800-525-7965, e-mail info@maplesweet.com or connect to maplesweet.com

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