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This is the latest notice on the planned technical writers' brunch in
For full details, please read on.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: George Mena
> Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 1998 1:41 PM
> To: [George Mena] snip
> Subject: Tech Writer's Brunch, 15 Sept 98 Update
> Importance: High
> Let's finalize the details on the brunch to see who can make it.
> RSVPs: NO LATER THAN THIS 5PM FRIDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER 1998.
> IF NOBODY RESPONDS BY THIS 5 PM THIS FRIDAY, THERE WILL BE NO BRUNCH.
> When: Sept. 27th, 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
> Where: Marriott Hotel on 4th Street, between Mission & Market, San
> Francisco, CA
> BARTable: Montgomery Street BART station is your stop. For CalTrain
> riders, get off at the CalTrain depot at 4th & Townsend and take
> Muni's #15 3rd St., #30 Stockton or #42 Downtown Loop to 3rd &
> Mission. Fare: Still only $1.00 US. Walk one block away from San
> Francisco Bay to get to 4th & Mission. Enter the hotel from the 4th &
> Mission side.
> Parking: 5th & Mission Garage, Mission St. between 4th & 5th.
> From Bay Bridge/I-80:
> Cross Bay Bridge and take the 5th St. off-ramp. Go under 101 and up
> 5th Street to get to 5th & Mission. Garage is across the street from
> the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper building. For best results,
> turn right onto Mission and enter from Mission Street side.
> From San Jose via 101:
> Exit 101 at 7th Street and go straight ahead to get on Bryant Street.
> Your landmark is the Hall of Justice, 850 Bryant at 7th. Keep Hall of
> Justice on left side and proceed to 5th Street. Make a left on 5th
> Street and go under 101 to head for downtown. Garage is across the
> street from the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper building. For best
> results, turn right onto Mission and enter from Mission Street side.
> From San Jose/Santa Cruz via 280:
> Exit 280 at 6th Street. Go up 6th Street and go under 101 to get to
> Mission. Make a right on Mission Street and head for the Bay. Garage
> is across the street from the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper
> building. For best results, pass the Chronicle and enter from Mission
> Street side.
> George Mena, Tech Writing Consultant
> (with special thanks and prayers of gratitude to Lew Jr., Art Jr.,
> Brian, Charlie, Don, Loran, Dewey and Catfish, wherever you are.)