[Hpr] ... Business Cards

Code Cruncher code.cruncher at yahoo.ca
Mon Feb 21 11:40:09 PST 2011


Hi Ken,

great!!! (re: announcements)

Yes, I think business cards would be great.
moo.com has a US shop as well. They have a turnaround of 7-10 days, so
we would need to order them by mid March for NELF. I would like to
sponsor the North America stock of HPR business cards.

How many entries did you get for the competition so far? How about
posting the entries on the web site? This may inspire others to come up
with better ideas. After all it is not about winning, it is about
contributing to something good-looking ...

... just some thoughts ... Maia

PS: For others who want to know more about the competition ...
http://kenfallon.com/?p=827


On 20.02.11 12:21 , Ken Fallon wrote:
> Hi Maia,
>
> No problem I'll add it to the community news and to the pre
> announcement to Syndicated Thursday. Would you like HPR business cards
> because if you do then I need to get them printed and that means I
> need entries to the competition to design them !!
>
> Ken.
>
> On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 9:05 PM, Code Cruncher <code.cruncher at yahoo.ca
> <mailto:code.cruncher at yahoo.ca>> wrote:
>
>     thanks ... yes, a little help will be very welcome. Are you going
>     to be at linuxfestnorthwest?
>
>     To get interested people of the community involved in some
>     brainstorming and contributing, I thought about the following two
>     steps:
>
>     1) Ken, could you please make an announcement of the linux fest
>     tables (northeastlinuxfest.org <http://northeastlinuxfest.org>
>     April 2, Worcester MA, linuxfestnorthwest.org
>     <http://linuxfestnorthwest.org> April 30-Mai 1, Bellingham, WA) in
>     your next community news?
>
>     2) after the announcement start a discussion on the mailing list
>     about:
>     - finding people to join in at the tables
>     - finding equipment
>     - more ideas for the tables
>
>     How it all started: here is the link to pokey's first mail about
>     the table at NELF:
>     http://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2010-December/000161.html
>
>
>     Cheers - Maia
>
>
>     On 17.02.11 19:34 , droops wrote:
>>     Awesome.  Let me know if you need any help/equipment.
>>
>>     droops
>>
>>
>>     On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 10:22 PM, Code Cruncher
>>     <code.cruncher at yahoo.ca <mailto:code.cruncher at yahoo.ca>> wrote:
>>
>>         the HPR table for LinuxFest Northwest has been approved (free
>>         table). Pokey, thanks for your draft.
>>         I added a few lines, because their input field was quite
>>         long, see http://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/hackerpublicradioorg
>>
>>         Now I have to figure out how to "record podcasts with Linux
>>         and Free/Open-Source Software".
>>         I hope that "ep0027 :: How to Record a HPR episode" and
>>         "ep0640 :: About microphones" will tell me all I need to know.
>>
>>         So much for now - Maia
>>
>>         -------- Original Message --------
>>         Subject: 	LFNW Table Approved
>>         Date: 	Sun, 13 Feb 2011 12:43:54 -0800
>>         From: 	LinuxFest Northwest Exhibits
>>         <exhibit at linuxfestnorthwest.org>
>>         <mailto:exhibit at linuxfestnorthwest.org>
>>         Reply-To: 	LinuxFest Northwest Exhibits
>>         <exhibit at linuxfestnorthwest.org>
>>         <mailto:exhibit at linuxfestnorthwest.org>
>>         To: 	iiii_ii_i_ii at yahoo.ca <mailto:iiii_ii_i_ii at yahoo.ca>
>>
>>         Hi Maia,
>>
>>         Hacker Public Radio is approved for a free table at LinuxFest Northwest 2011.  
>>         Your proposed exhibit sounds great!  A table number will be assigned shortly before the Fest.
>>
>>         Thanks,
>>
>>         Mike Titus
>>         Exhibit Manager
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>
>

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