On Dec 19, 2014 12:48 PM, "yar" <yardenack(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm willing to drive tomorrow in my car if someone else is willing to
>> fill out the form, be the contact, and keep me company for the ride.
>> Contact me off-list for the make/model. Yay!
Wow I'm getting a lot of responses! Y'all are great. I'm happy to wait
til next week or beyond, didn't really WANT to drive to SF, just
wanted to help. <3
Wow, look how simple that form is! It just asks:
* first & last name
* phone #
* email address
* ability to carry boxes
* make/model/year of car
* what saturdays you can pick up
I'm willing to drive tomorrow in my car if someone else is willing to
fill out the form, be the contact, and keep me company for the ride.
Contact me off-list for the make/model. Yay!
On 12/12/2014 9:18 AM, Romy@snowyla wrote:
>> "women specific gear" It's like a window to 1950s america
On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 7:09 PM, Deno Vichas <deno(a)syncopated.net> wrote:
> yeah,, cuz so many guys wear things like sports bras... sounds like
> it's time of get off the computer and go outside...
Yeah, lots of guys do actually. You may have met some trans guys at
sudo. Have fun outside!
Hi, I'm working on a learning KIT project called SudoKit. It's to enable
learning at the SudoRoom that is fun
collaboration in making this
ideas for various placemats so that people can explore the space
ideas on how to get visitors to contribute to the collective instead of
only working on their own projects
It involves getting a placemat for every visit so that you can have your
own "space" to learn and work. It helps solve the "blank white first page"
problem (or if you are goth the first blank black page)
the idea is - keep you from spending all your time online or hunched over a
- also it's like a "shadowbox" in a factory, you keep all your tools in one
- physical world instead of the digital world exclusively
Here is the first draft
Here is how people would use it
we are creating a sudoroom 501c3/legal needs private email list. anyone
who is involved in the inner-workings of sudoroom is welcome to join,
but otherwise we are keeping the list closed, as per the recommendation
from a lawyer and realizing it's important to have security around some
we talked about this at the meeting the week before last and ok'd it. we
will OF COURSE share all developments with the larger list. and no
decisions will be made without consult of sudoroom. it's just to make
sure we don't have a public list with private information on it.
let me know if you want to join or if you have any questions about the
list. and i'll add you or answer your inquiry.
all my best,
Last year we got $4k from SoEx as a grant. They sent us this offer as a
previous winner to find out how to get more money in different places. I
can hook up anybody that wants to go.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Alternative Exposure" <alternativeexposure(a)soex.org>
Date: 17 Dec 2014 15:10
Subject: Opportunity for Upcoming Professional Development Workshop at
To: "Carey Lin" <ad(a)soex.org>
Dear former Alternative Exposure Grantees:
I hope this message finds you well.
I wanted to let you know about an upcoming opportunity here at SoEx I'd
like to invite you (and any of your current/former project collaborators)
to apply to if you are interested. It is a 1-day intensive professional
development workshop offered by Creative Capital on February 1 and we are
accepting applications through January 4. It's a great resource and the
costs of the workshop are being subsidized so it's free to attend for
selected participants. As a former Alt Ex grantee I think you would have a
lot to contribute to this group session so I highly encourage you to apply
before the deadline. More information and a link to the application can be
found on our website here.
Thanks and have a great holiday!
I'm having some trouble with shawn in the bookstore.
He comes in and makes a mess and is rude and obstinate when I ask him to
clean it up. In general he's pretty nasty to me and while I am sympathetic
to his situation I'm going to have to start asking him to leave the
bookstore when I am here.