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  • Arguably his most famous client was the dance label Hed Kandi, where, through the early millennium up until last year designed all the CD covers as well as promotional material.

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  • Arguably his most famous client was the dance label Hed Kandi, where, through the early millennium up until last year designed all the CD covers as well as promotional material.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • As much as I enjoy Spanish-speakers butchering my name by calling me "Hed," "Yessie," and my personal favorite "Head Beers," I've decided that this time around, I'll make it easier on everyone by using my middle name, Benjamin, or just Ben.

    Call me Ben

  • My review of Riddle-Master by Patricia A. McKillip (Book Depository, Powell’s Books, Indiebound) is live over at the SF and Fantasy Masterworks Reading Project (this books also goes by The Riddle-Master’s Game or simply The Riddle-Master of Hed, which is the first book in the original trilogy).

    Review: Riddle-Master by Patricia A. McKillip

  • My review of Riddle-Master by Patricia A. McKillip (Book Depository, Powell’s Books, Indiebound) is live over at the SF and Fantasy Masterworks Reading Project (this books also goes by The Riddle-Master’s Game or simply The Riddle-Master of Hed, which is the first book in the original trilogy).

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • “What drove F-One the most is having a lot of different companies involved all with a single goal in mind,” Hed points out.

    Lance Armstrong on Twitter: How Lance changed bicycle technology

  • “What was interesting and why F-One was so successful was that it was geared toward one rider, whereas in the Olympic efforts, nobody ever knew who would be on the team,” muses Hed.

    Lance Armstrong on Twitter: How Lance changed bicycle technology

  • Fredrik Andresson Hed of Sweden captured the BMW Italian Open by two shots on Sunday after shooting a 1-over 73, winning his first ... pga | Comment | Recommend

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  • “You also have the influence of Johan and Lance in this process,” notes Hed appreciatively.

    Lance Armstrong on Twitter: How Lance changed bicycle technology

  • “F-One was basically the same as what we were doing for all these Olympic projects,” notes Hed, who has participated in Olympic equipment-development efforts as far back as the one aimed for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics headed up by aerodynamicist Chester Kyle.

    Lance Armstrong on Twitter: How Lance changed bicycle technology

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