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SOLAR DECATHLON STAYS ON THE MALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A link to our video is found in the line, "A campaign for the event to remain in its original location had been GAINING MOMENTUM." Thanks to everyone involved who helped push our cause forward!!!!!!!Thankyou!Thankyou!Thankyou!!!!!
EarthTechling has invited Darius Siwek, the producer & director of our "Keep The Solar Decathlon on the Mall" video, to contribute a column to their website! Check it out! It's a well-written piece that passionately supports the cause of getting the Solar Decathlon back on the Mall, just like the video he put together! Go Darius!
Eric Owen Moss & Elisabeth Neigert wrote editorials that appear in today's HUFFINGTON POST!! Thanks to them for spreading the word about our cause! Elisabeth, who appears in our video, also plugs our YouTube channel in the body of her editorial! Exciting things are happening!
Thanks to Sherin Wing from Arch Daily for writing about us again in the World's Most Visited Architecture Website! She's included a link to our video which, in only 3 days, has received over 3,000 views on this YouTube channel! Keep spreading the word!
Here's a video showing the SCI-Arc/CalTech design featured in the "Keep the Solar Decathlon on the National Mall" video!
Thanks for your support, Itai! Yes, we believe that sharing important and innovative work like this needs as public a platform as possible! Putting the students' work and ideas back on the Mall will accomplish this important goal! All the best from us to everyone on the TU Delft (NL) Solar Decathlon Team for 2012!
Carol JW Kurth, FAIA makes the case for putting The 2011 Solar Decathlon back on the Mall in her blog. She includes our video, too! Extra special mention goes to Lanna Semel for linking the video to Carol! Way to go, Lanna and Carol!
Thanks to Bridgette Meinhold for putting a story out on SCI-Arc/CalTech's contribution to the 2011 Solar Decathlon! The SCI-Arc/CalTech design is actually featured at 0:50 in our "Keep The Solar Decathlon on the National Mall" video that's getting around the Internet! Check it out, and thanks, Bridgette!
Just want to extend a very special thanks to the continued efforts of Elisabeth Neigert in getting our message out! She's a Project Manager for the SCI-Arc/Caltech Solar Decathlon team and she appears in the video! Lis was interviewed by the Washington Post here http://wapo.st/f4sLPZ and she's pushing forward with even more media appearances! Keep an eye out for Elisabeth Neigert in the next few weeks! Go Lis!!
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Thanks for posting our video!
Thanks to Kirk Mottram for writing a great PSA and to Carolyn Campbell for generating interest in our video and getting it seen by as many people as possible!
Those of you curious about the music: it's a song called "Up To You" written by Damian Siwek and Ben Skolnik from the band MASH AND FLUTTER! Hats off to them for writing a really inspiring tune in record time, since we had to get the video out quickly! Thanks guys!
Thanks for watching our video and supporting our cause! We put the video together in less than 3 days and had a lot of help and support from the SCI-Arc and Cal Tech Solar Decathlon team! Also thanks to the film crew who came out on Saturday (Ariana Malik, Joe McGill, Kevin Pender), and everyone who donated equipment (Brandon Lippard, Henrik Knudsen)! We couldn't have done it without you!