Quoting Hideki Yamane (email@example.com): > On Tue, 3 Aug 2010 19:17:54 -0400 > Christian PERRIER <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Thanks for your forwarding mail. > > > > Dave Crossland stopped into NYC to attend the Debian shindig this past week, and is kindly giving a talk on open source font design using only free software, and the general state of fonts on the web. This talk will co-incide with our usual Craft Night at NYC Resistor from 6-9pm. Talk starts 6-ish. If you're attending craft night for crafting events, it will be business as usual in the room with too few A/Cs. Well, we did buy a fourth one. So that should be pleasant. > > > > Questions to email@example.com and our blog post here: http://www.nycresistor.com/2010/08/02/craft-night-special-talk-font-secrets-revealed/ > > Does someone go there? I want to hear sessions until 6pm and I don't know > about the place that would be held, so I'm glad to pick me to there if you > can. I'd guess Dave is going there..:-) Anyway, it takes about 1 hour to go to NYCResistor (it's in Brooklyn) so, if you attend sessions until 6pm, it's very unlikely that you can be there at 6..:-) In case someone want to go: Address is 3rd Av. in Brooklyn. From Columbia, use train 1 to 59th/Columbus Circle, then D to Brooklyn up to Atlantic Av. At exit take 4th Av. to Dean St. then turn right in Dean St. up to 3rd Av. then turn left to 3rd and head up to 87. Free entrance. NYCResistor is at 4th floor.
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