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Oral-History: Richard Kellerman and Alix Kocher
posted on November 11, 2009

The CoxBox is now a part of engineering technology history. The oral history I conducted last spring with Richard Kellerman and Alix Kocher of NK has finally been posted on the IEEE's Global History Network. Hopefully row2k readers as well as electrical engineers will enjoy reading it. Here is the link:

  • Oral-History: Richard Kellerman and Alix Kocher.

    Rob Colburn coxed for St. Andrew's School, Columbia University, Penn AC, Carnegie Lake RA, the Turkish national team, and more. He is still 3 lbs. under his college coxing weight.
    Send Rob Email! Also, check out his new novel The Sultan's Helmsman

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    Rob Colburn
    Rob Colburn coxed for St. Andrew's School and for Columbia University, and currently coxes for the masters rowing program at Carnegie Lake Rowing Association. He is still 3 lbs. under his college coxing weight.
    Send Rob Email! Also, check out his new novel The Sultan's Helmsman

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