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We slept in tents beneath a canvas-covered carport, beneath parachutes. Six of us.

 

We camped at 2:45 and walk-in, which basically means we camped where there weren't any cars or RVs. We had to walk or bike about a quarter mile to our campsite from the perimeter of the packed city. It was worth it! We could sit out on our porch, and look at the stars, or the lights of the city. We had a piss bucket thirty feet away and our nearest neighbor was about another quarter mile away or so. Privacy! Desert Villa style! All Ryan's idea.

Jacob Appelbaum speaks at Webzine 2005; co-organizer Ryan Junell turns to face the camera.

photo by Scott Beale / Laughing Squid

 

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photo by Scott Beale / Laughing Squid

 

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Ryan sent three kinds of meat from Austin's fabulous Salt Lick BBQ.

See the blog post for more info: SXSW 2007

 

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photo by Scott Beale / Laughing Squid

 

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This is a remix of flickr user telethon's photo Serengeti.

 

I was writing something about nomads and baobabs, and the analogy between the legend about how baobabs used to wander the earth on their roots -- like nomads. One day God got sick of them incessantly relocating and moving and he planted them all upside down, with their roots up towards the sky and their branches as roots. Since then, they remain sedentary.

 

I realized, though, that I don't have a single photo of a baobab, so I mixed up this one to compensate :)

Ryan tries out a massage chair thing Annick was giving away. We're listening to Animal Collective - Ryan says that I will like them.

Much of the daily fun of being at Burning Man comes from dressing up like a superhero with your friends.

A camping group - six of us shared this tent structure. Justin, Ryan, Merci, Cobi, Floor, Jules in front, with lil' WC.

See the blog post for more info: Taugshow #10 Photos

 

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Is that a message? "It's more of a mission statement" Ryan replied. From the Radio Free Steve series of shirts.

Cars loaded up with canned food, futons, tents, parachutes, puppets, bikes and salvaged carpet.

David Pescovitz (MAKE, Boing Boing), Micki Krimmel (Revver, Worldchanging), Ryan Junell (Webzine, SLOMO Video)

Merci and Ryan lay flat out in the structure.

Ryan riding across the desert.

photo by Scott Beale / Laughing Squid

 

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Mr. Junell & the fabulous Tanya (Newton-John) Unger at Fette Sau.

sharp house all took turns sucking at pool.

See the blog post for more info: SXSW Interactive 2006

 

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Ryan emcees the Neighborhood blogging panel. Notice his laptop held together with masking tape. And the antique letters on the overhead projector, announcing the panel in progress.

this stunning video was created by Ryan's friend Kerry, mixing Ryan's face and this photo. AAAHHHHH

Ryan and Merci inspect a fallen tree laden with pinecones near the abandoned Esprit store.

Rachel and me with Ryan Junell, Merci, Justin, Eddie, and a friend (wish I knew her name). Photo by Annie Ray.

 

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