Pecha Kucha Talk follow Up.

Houston Pecha Kucha Vol. 3 was a big success. Thanks to Tony Medrano and all the attending guests for making it a fun and inspiring night. We look forward to doing it again!

Thanks to Tony Medrano at Houston Pecha Kucha and all who attended for a stellar evening of inspiring talks. If you missed the Animal Architecture talk from Ned you can catch it here. We hope you enjoy it.

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