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January 30, 2010

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I read it in the news, it was indeed a sad day, my condolences to the family and friends.

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I remember when Lya introduced her as "Errol Morris' editor," and my first reaction was "No way." I didn't believe that someone so friendly and down-to-earth could have such a prestigious and important gig. I couldn't believe that someone so busy and prolific, would be willing to spend time on our tiny little shorts competition. Nevertheless, she was motivated and awesome.

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I met Karen Schmeer at SXSW in 2007. She was introduced to me by former co-worker Lya Guerra, who had recruited Karen as a jury member for the SXSW Click competition. I remember when Lya introduced her as "Errol Morris' editor," and my first reaction was "No way." I didn't believe that someone so friendly and down-to-earth could have such a prestigious and important gig. I couldn't believe that someone so busy and prolific, would be willing to spend time on our tiny little shorts competition. Nevertheless, she was motivated and awesome.

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