[nycbug-talk] Eric Allman/Kirk McKusick meeting this Saturday
okan at demirmen.com
Tue Oct 12 17:59:00 EDT 2004
On Tue 2004.10.12 at 17:18 -0400, Charles Sprickman wrote:
> This looks like it's going to be a great meeting...
> I have a quick question for anyone more familiar with the Upper West Side
> than I am. If I come in for this, I have to drive since trains don't run
> on the weekend from here (Montclair, NJ). Is parking a serious pain up
> around Columbia? Any garages that are reasonably priced?
Reasonable priced? heh. Well, you have one at 97th, btw Broadway
and West End. Then you have a few at 116th(and 120th) and Seminary
(one West of Broadway). I have no idea what the prices are though,
I don't have a car ;) Yes, parking can be a pain in the area(from
recent memory with a borrowed pick-up truck for moving), but since
the meeting is on a weekend, it may be much better. Parking on
Riverside Drive is usually a good bet too. Since it is the weekend,
Broadway, Amsterdam and 120th Street have non-metered parking on
the weekend, for the most part.
> On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, G. Rosamond wrote:
> >We're getting the word out for the meeting this Saturday, but it would be
> >great if other NYCBUG members posted and got fliers around.
> >The beautiful flier (thanks to Ike) is available on the homepage. If you
> >need a blurb to copy and paste to other sites, you can use what I posted
> >to Daemon News.
> >This should be a great meeting, and I hope everyone is looking forward to
> >it as much as I am.
> >There will be a raffle, with books and gift certificates from Computer
> >Book Works (78 Reade Street just above City Hall) available.
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> >% We meet the first Wednesday of the month
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