Guest lecture in the design department at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

Guest talk and student meetings at Maryland Institute College of Art graduate Design department.

Three projects featured in the Emergent Reaction group exhibit at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, University Art Gallery.

Takeluma opens at Telic gallery on Chung King Road in Los Angeles.

Online/physical "Cyberconduits" project for the Samsung Experience launches in NYC (with Elise Co and Paul Yarin).

Type animation accompaniment to Orson Welles' famed War of the Worlds radio broadcast from 1938 plays at Aspen Design Conference.

Lecture at the 2nd International Conference on Typography and Visual Communication in Thessaloniki, Greece from June 24-29.

Money Plus received an honorable mention in the Prix Ars Electronica for 2004.

Started in the MFA program in the Design | Media Arts department at UCLA. Projects page at: design.ucla.edu/~petercho.

Happy new year from pcho.net!

See www.doublecell.org for new set of interactive characters. Good things come in twos.

pcho.net is chosen as a website design of the month by Nikkei Design.

New work: a teaser website for Redscout, a consultancy in NYC.

Letterscapes received the 2002 Interactive Design Award from the Tokyo Type Directors Club. Scheduled to speak at the Numer 2002 conference in Paris April 19-21.

New type piece up at typeractive.com. It's called Letterscapes, and it's a culmination of different interactive letterform experiments I've made in the past.

Created an online piece for the one-year anniversary of Art Center Nabi, a computer art museum in Seoul. (Nabi is Korean for "butterfly.")

MIT Media Lab website has finally gone live, using the redesigned templates I worked on last spring. Many thanks to Jeannie Finks, webmaster!

Installation at the Asia Society in New York City opened to the public on the 17th. Worked with David Small of Small Design Firm on the design and implementation of several informational exhibits. It's well worth checking out, if you're in New York City!

Check out www.singlecell.org for some interesting interactive characters. March was mine.