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Steve had a public affairs show on KDVS called The Steve Lambert Show.
Steve Lambert completed a Master of Fine Arts degree in the Art Department in June of 2006. He may have TA'd one of your art or technocultural studies classes. You can see his art work at visitsteve.com.
Steve is the brains behind the Emma Goldman Institute For Anarchist Studies sign. The wiki page for the sign is what initially brought him to the wiki.
The game is a running-race based on the players bio-feedback. The more you relax, the faster your player runs.
in the fall of 2006 Steve moved to New York for a fellowship at Eyebeam.
Train Station Welcoming Committee
On Friday May 11th 2007 from 3-5pm Steve and Cynthia Yardley orgainzed a welcoming committee to greet commuters coming on Amtrak.
See video of the Train Station Welcoming Committee
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Why doesn't Lucy have a page? —BenTaylor
You're everywhere! I pick up a copy of [X]press magazine (SFSU's journalism monthly) and — bam! — there's Steve Lambert! —PhilipNeustrom
2007-06-19 03:18:39 i never saw any of the stuff he's done but i checked out his website and sent him an e-mail. he responded to my e-mail and was really nice. he answered my questions and encouraged me to ask more. i wish i'd seen him when he was here. i would have definitely gone and talked to him about anything. —JessicaRockwell
2007-07-04 10:37:47 Steve, did you lose your password to this account? Did you lose your email account that you started the account with (used for resetting your password)? —PhilipNeustrom
2007-07-22 20:41:28 Phil... i don't think I did. Though I did notice my bookmarks are gone? —slambert
Try logging into your account by the name of "SteveLambert" (not "slambert"). An email will be sent to your budgetgallery address.
2007-07-23 22:20:04 Train Station Welcoming Committee: Awesome! I wish I had gone! —BrianAng
2008-08-14 16:24:02 ROFL for your tabling photo :) —brandonhkey