Art History The Language Of Art

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Please read all this carefully!The second round of tickets for Transformus 2014 will be held April 20th and 4:00PM EST as previously announced. Be ready at least ten minutes before that time. The link will be on transformus.com the same as the first round.It has come to our attention that a technical exploit exists to enhance the chance of obtaining a Transformus ticket (and/or enable the purchaser to exceed the limit of two per person) in the second round and that those using it may have a significant advantage over those not using it.The Transformus Board unanimously considers the use of this or any such exploit to be unacceptable. In keeping with the policy of Burning Man and other burn events around the world, it is now our policy that any use or publication of this or any coded technical exploit to gain an unfair advantage in any online ticket purchase situation will be grounds for revocation of any ticket purchased with the exploit, and the banning of the purchaser from the event, at the sole discretion of the board of directors.READ THIS! Very Important Information for the 2nd round:The second round of ticket sales will involve an additional step not required in the first round, due entirely to the existence of this exploit. The instructions for purchasing a ticket will appear on the Transformus ticket purchase page in the minutes prior to the opening of the round, and not before. The instructions will be simple to follow and the same for everyone but you must see them appear and follow them before you will be able to purchase your tickets. You will not have the ability to purchase a ticket until you see these instructions appear and follow them exactly. This procedure will appear at the same moment for everyone at the standard ticket link and everyone will have an equal chance to get tickets.We regret the necessity to make your purchase process a little more complicated but this way everyone will have the same chance at a ticket.Best of luck to you in this round and we look forward to seeing you on the mountain in July and at Ignite in May.Please read all this carefully!The second round of tickets for Transformus 2014 will be held April 20th and 4:00PM EST as previously announced. Be ready at least ten minutes before that time. The link will be on transformus.com the same as the first round.It has come to our attention that a technical exploit exists to enhance the chance of obtaining a Transformus ticket (and/or enable the purchaser to exceed the limit of two per person) in the second round and that those using it may have a significant advantage over those not using it.The Transformus Board unanimously considers the use of this or any such exploit to be unacceptable. In keeping with the policy of Burning Man and other burn events around the world, it is now our policy that any use or publication of this or any coded technical exploit to gain an unfair advantage in any online ticket purchase situation will be grounds for revocation of...

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