Wednesday, June 20, 2007

I love technology. Always and forever.

Tonight was exciting!

Los Angeles' Tuesday Night at the Cafe beamed us over, and we were live on a projection screen all the way from NYC duing their scheduled open mic! <3 Ryan and Traci found a reliable Starbucks connection and the laptop was handheld to show me and Regie kicking some pieces, plugging the APIA Summit, and the National Asian American Theater FEst! How awesome is that? The below pix are from Lainey, and show Traci, me, and Regie projected onto a screen 3,000 miles away at the Aratani Courtyard of the Union Center for the Arts! AND WE NEVER LEFT NYC! OGOMGOMG technologies! Pretty soon, all those rides at Epcot Center will be outdated, and in need of replacement.

It was a lot of fun. We couldn't stop playing with the new toy, and our 8 minute set became a 20 minute one!!! <3 So, I now leave you with this...

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Hanalei Ramos is a very nice person and a stereotypical aquarius. FACT: while it is a common misconception that “aquarius, the water bearer” is a water sign, it is not. It is actually an air sign! Other than that, she is a proud founding member of Filipinas for Rights and Empowerment, a mass-based organization for Filipinas in the NYC area. Hanalei has also toured around the country as a performer and is the author of Foiled Stars, Letters to Martha, and the one-woman show, Guns and Tampons: A History of Violence Against Women I Know. Hanalei currently lives and works in her native Jersey City, NJ. For more information about her, please visit

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