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A phone project by Matt Roberts, Terri Witek and Michael Branton invites you to refurbish an urban space by activating a floating garden of 7-word dreams. Below are dreams sent in by previous participants.


Hello, We noticed that you haven’t used your Google Voice number in a while. Because phone numbers are a limited resource, it is our policy to reclaim unused numbers so they can be made available to new users. If you’d like to keep your Google Voice number (904) 203-4983, you will need to make calls or send text messages by September 11, 2016 by logging in to your account or using one of our mobile apps. If you have been reluctant to use your Google Voice number because you didn’t want to change your phone number, you may be interested to know that we recently launched the ability to port your existing mobile phone number to Google Voice. This means that you can take advantage of all of Google Voice’s features, like one number that rings all of your phones, free text messages, and voicemail transcription — without having to get a new phone number. Better yet, we have also integrated Google Voice with Sprint, so you can use your Sprint phone as your Google Voice number, have it ring other phones and/or Gmail simultaneously, get online voicemail with transcripts and more. To check if your number can be ported to Google Voice, visit https://www.google.com/voice/porting. To learn more about Google Voice Sprint integration, visit https://www.google.com/googlevoice/sprint/. To log in to Google Voice, visit https://www.google.com/voice/. Please remember that your current number will be reclaimed in 30 days unless you start using it. If the number is reclaimed, your existing messages will remain available in your account, but you will no longer be able to receive calls or text messages. The Google Voice Team