[EEG] Meeting tomorrow?

Kelly hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Sat May 23 16:28:31 PDT 2009


Things are still going, but meeting attendance had dropped off, so I stopped
trying to schedule them during finals. I know there's a cluster of people
(Tracy, Jonathan...)  working on the hardware end, and Vlad and I have done
some occasional brainstorming on the data analysis end, and I'm still
researching and learning about actually recording and processing data
through my lab @ Berkeley. Also, Leah recently volunteered to take the lead
on figuring out how to use our newly acquired electrode cap, but I don't
know if she's made much headway on that. I think she might benefit the most
from having a regular meeting again, so she can get in with the other
hardware people.

I'm all for meeting, myself, even though at this stage we all kind of have
separate projects. I find that reporting in helps me keep making progress.

This Sunday I'm a little busy but I can totally try to stop by. It might be
nice to try meeting on a weekday again just to catch up and brainstorm when
there's more people around, even if there's not a ton of space to work. But
Sundays seem best for working.

Kelly

On May 23, 2009 2:27 PM, "Altay Guvench" <aguvench at gmail.com> wrote:

Hey, I'm Altay, I've been lurking on the list for a little while.  I showed
up for the meeting a couple weeks ago, but no one was there.

So I'm assuming this means the meeting's not happening tomorrow either?

Also, is the group pretty much you two folks?  =)  What's the state of the
project?

Altay

On Sat, May 23, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Tracy Jacobs <kinetical at comcast.net>
wrote: > > Sure , whatever i...
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