Thursday, December 30, 2010

2010 - The Year In Review

2010 was a pretty good year for Roth Mobot.
Below is a list of some of the year's highlights.

None of it would be possible without your support.
From both of us - Thank you.
  • We were well received in Paris
  • Landed our first Chicago Elementary School gig
  • Were called to audition for a program on the History channel
  • Auditioned for America's Got Talent
  • Conducted over seventy workshops and have added new advanced classes
  • Doubled our weekly eSymposium membership
  • Added to our mailing list
  • Received new commissions for bent devices including Marco Benevento, and New York's School of Rock
  • Mixed our first studio recording ("Stations" -- soon to be on iTunes, etc.)
  • Quadrupled our followers on SoundCloud, YouTube, and Twitter
  • Increased our number of live performances including our first EarthDay Virtual Concert
  • Presented to a sold out crowd at TEDx Windy City
  • Won the Best Presentation Award at google's ORD Camp 2010
  • Were nominated for a Prix Ars Electronica Award in Austria
  • Had our five year anniversary
  • We were included in, and designed graphics for, a new "net label" compilation, Delete Function Vol. 1
  • Conducted multiple lectures, including Columbia College and the Chicago Rotary Club
  • Were involved in a University of Chicago Master's Thesis on Sociology (it received an 'A')
  • We made tons of new friends
  • Successfully increased the level of interactivity at the annual MEECAS
  • And finally had some much-needed dental work done

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