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Re: OT convention planning

>In a message dated 98-02-20 20:36:08 EST, you write:
>>> And I certainly hope to meet some of the great folks from Iris-L --
>>> please keep me in mind if there's a rendevous in store. Maybe that's
>>> what's on the Convention schedule on the Friday as "Iris Computer
>>> Chatroom"???
>Marte:  Conventions are as much about people as they are about irises - and,
>with that in mind, you might rethink your plan to drive to the gardens as a
>'single'.  Riding the buses is fun in that you become a small community and
>will certainly enjoy the flavor of the convention more when you get to know
>more of the convention.
>For MY part, I'm the person who has made the Iris-L nametags for the past
>couple of years and I'll be happy to do so again for anyone who doesn't have
>one.  These are bright yellow tags with your name AND your e-mail address on
>them - laminated - with a pinback.  Easy to spot other computer folks and easy
>to read their names from a distance without being too obvious (I use a BIG
>CHUNKY font).
>Also, for the past few years, I've gotten dragged into the computer meeting on
>the wrong side of the table although I know virtually NOTHING about computers
>beyond what I personally do with them.  This year, with Mike Lowe and Jim
>Wilson's help, maybe we'll actually get prepared and be able to be a bit more
>So.... I'll start taking names starting NOW of anyone who will be coming to
>convention who does NOT have an Iris-L nametag.  Raise your hand and be sure
>to put NAMETAG in the subject line so I don't miss you.
>Kathy Guest in
>East Aurora, NY
 Dear Kathy:  I should like to have a name tag, although I also fear very
inferior about my knowledge of computers. Lloyd Zurbrigg, Durham NC
Daffodils all over the place now, the yellow trumpets, which come early.

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