November 12, 2005
Jared Lost his Balls - Can you Help?

Somewhere in Singapore there are now ca. 20 superstrong Neodym magnetic balls either driving around with a taxi or exploring the local sewers. Well, Mr. Tarbell - you should have better left them at home instead of wearing them as a wristband... The problem is that Jared will need those magnets again for his lecture at MAX Korea so here's the question - does anybody know where he could get some replacement Neodym magnets in Seoul? Or does anyone of you who will attend the conference own some that you could borrow him? I'm sure he will reward every helping hand with a unique button or some other surprise.

Posted at November 12, 2005 10:56 AM | Further reading

actually, make that 19 lost superstrong neodym magnetic balls. jared found one. LOL. please see the picture:


Posted by: dr woohoo on November 12, 2005 03:46 PM

Thats a real sad thing that he lost his wristband balls.

In any case, i really enjoyed you guys presentation, it was a real eye-opener. An your VJ system is real fantastic. Hope to see more stuff from you.
The VJ system is on the net isn't it?
Can i get the link to it?


Posted by: revatechnic on November 13, 2005 06:00 AM

Thanks! I will publish the link to the VJ tool right after the Spark conference when I have returned home - promised.

Posted by: Mario Klingemann on November 13, 2005 08:52 AM

hey thanks alot..
and good luck for your conference...
will check out your site frequently.
hope you enjoyed you stay in singapore.


Posted by: revatechnic on November 13, 2005 02:57 PM

Thank you for your speek in MAX 2005 KOREA.
please visit my website.

Posted by: jasu on November 15, 2005 02:47 PM

Got a brand new set of balls! Thanks very much to Marocs Weskamp, I had a nice set of gold balls for my presentation in Seoul. My sincere thanks to you Mario, Marcos, and everyone who responded. In the future I will be much more careful with where I take my balls.

Posted by: jared on November 17, 2005 04:14 PM
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