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July 16, 2008

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Michael

Thanks Todd, 'preciate the thoughts.

I think the suggestion to make those images larger is right on target. My designer said they were nice shots, but in small size they don't do the work of MIT justice. Good idea for a site upgrade down the road.

- m

Todd

Nice job on the site. It's too bad they couldn't get you better photography for the "recent projects" section. The examples fall flat a little.

A little money goes a long way in photography. A lot of money goes a longer way. But I realize they're small.

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