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Subject:Re: Reception mtg. of techwr-l at 41st STC conf. From:Carl Miller <ccm -at- MAYBERRY -dot- CRAY -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 5 May 1994 08:38:50 CDT
(I gotta toss my tuppence in here too.) Write your email address on your
business cards and bring plenty with you. If you don't have business
cards, format a 2 X 3.5-in. printout (including your email address) and
run off a bunch to bring with you.
ccm -at- cray -dot- com
> LaVonna, thanks for setting this up. May I suggest that people put their
> email names on their badges so we can recognize each other more readily?
> >I'll see you there, and I'll recognize you by that net-head
> >look in your eyes!
> >Day: Sunday, May 15
> >Place: Ballroom, Welcome Reception
> >Time: 8:00 (so we can get food first)
> >Who: Techwr-l folks
> >lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com