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  • July 09, 2019

    Tent Industry questions with Gery Warner

    "Many of our structures have changed, some in subtle ways barely detectible. Stronger alloys, thicker materials, along with design enhanced by our Darwinian software can tune an already good design into something better, yet stronger and more effective."
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    • Tents and Events
    • Gery's Blog
  • April 12, 2019

    Tent politics...

    The first will never be beautiful; the second, beautiful but, not very useful. The idea of making a tenthall beautiful, is hopeless. The goal of making a naturally beautiful tensile structure practical, and economical is, I think, forever unattainable.
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    • Gery's Blog
  • October 20, 2017

    Hear that tent play!

    I always wanted to play trumpet, ever since I heard Wonderland by Night on my father's Blaupunkt radio while he drove home ward on that long snowy highway north. A few days later I stood mesmerized at a little music shop window, staring down at the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. The shop was a few steps south of Dad's TV repair business on Main Street. He had bought the old building some years earlier; had a tenant and her family, Mrs. Waugh, on the second floor. So, with hard earned honest dollars from fixing folks' electronic stuff, Dad scratched out a living to support our family of seven kids, Momma and Great Aunt Nell, a real life nanny.
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    • Gery's Blog
  • October 19, 2017

    Loss of a dear friend

    Sadly, a long-time Tentnology client, Seth Fellner, founder of Silver-Stage was involved in August in an auto accident that took his life. Seth was quite an innovator throughout his career in the UK and Europe. He had a truly creative mind in a world that needs more. We will miss Seth in many ways.
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    • Gery's Blog