User:Mackenzie L. Cowell

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I work at the Registry of Standard Biological Parts.
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[[Image:User_photo_macowell_239x191.jpg|frame|right|SIGGRAPH 2006]] I'm Mac Cowell.  I studied Biology at Davidson College under [http://www.bio.davidson.edu/people/macampbell/macampbell.html Malcolm Campbell] and [http://www.davidson.edu/math/heyer/ Laurie Heyer] and I work at MIT helping run [http://igem2007.com iGEM], the International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition.  Besides [http://syntheticbiology.org/ synthetic biology] and [http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/Science_2.0/Brainstorming science 2.0], many of my interests revolve around the ways technology can encourage and enable spontaneous cooperation; for instance, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flash_mob flashmobs] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternate_Reality_Game alternate reality games].
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macowell at gmail will get email to me.
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You can find me on [http://cis-action.com cis-action.com], [http://twitter.com/macowell twitter], and on Ye Olde [http://www.facebook.com/p/Mackenzie_Cowell/14700091 Facebooke]. Aim:  cxmac2
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I sometimes blog here: http://cis-action.com
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I store my videos at [http://cis-action.blip.tv/ cis-action.blip.tv].  You can find lots of awesome resource about making videos and distributing them online at [http://makeinternettv.org/ MakeInternetTv.org].
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[[user:Macowell/Lux Project|Lux Project]]
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SIGGRAPH 2006
SIGGRAPH 2006
I'm Mac Cowell. I studied Biology at Davidson College under Malcolm Campbell and Laurie Heyer and I work at MIT helping run iGEM, the International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition. Besides synthetic biology and science 2.0, many of my interests revolve around the ways technology can encourage and enable spontaneous cooperation; for instance, flashmobs and alternate reality games.

You can find me on cis-action.com, twitter, and on Ye Olde Facebooke. Aim: cxmac2

I store my videos at cis-action.blip.tv. You can find lots of awesome resource about making videos and distributing them online at MakeInternetTv.org.


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