Re: [midatlanticretro] MARCH events for 2009
Old ? I hack till past midnite after a days work--but not everyday, I'm getting up there too :)
One possibility is to have the dinner moved up to Fri.nite and leave Sat.nite open for the evening entertainment--and food :)
But maybe not everyone is in town yet by then.
Another is to move the dinner to late nite after the Sat evening entertainment--with just some snacks to hold everyone's appetite till dinner, maybe at 10 or 11pm
Evan Koblentz wrote:
Jim Scheef wrote:
I must be getting old: What more do you propose, that won't kill us all?
I don't recall Saturday nite as a black hole. Don't we have a traditional pizza party for the exhibitors? Oh, ok. Yes, my brain is atrophying. The pizza must be Friday nite after setup. There must be pizza in there somewhere or I would never attend. I like Dan's idea. A more formal(ly planned) activity for Saturday evening would be good. Filling this 'empty' time slot would encourage people from further afield (assuming anyone has any money left by September) and increase multi-day attendance. We have time to think about this...
- Jim Scheef wrote:
> Are we not a computer museum?
Yes we are, but then the musicians could play remixes of chip
tunes. Here is an example: http://www.slayradio.org . This is an
internet radio station that just plays Commodore 64 remixes.
Also the theremin is a very old electronic instrument created in 1919!
> bryan.pope@... wrote:
>> Jim, Why do they need to work through a MIDI interface? Cheers, Bryan
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: MARCH events for 2009
>> Date: Fri Feb 06 14:51:42 EST 2009
>> From: Jim Scheef
>> To: email@example.com;
>> If all those instruments work thru a MIDI interface, I'm all for it.
>> Mike Loewen wrote:
>> > On Thu, 5 Feb 2009, B Degnan wrote:
>> > > We talked about some sort of Sat or Friday night entertainment
>> last year
>> > > for VCF E. I was too busy with the computer part to do much
>> about the
>> > > music and nothing happened with it. We were also busy getting the
>> > > museum ready. I would love it if someone made a vintage computer /
>> > > electronics exhibit or recital happen. Maybe a talent show. ha ha
>> > Anyone up for a jazz combo? Bill Degnan on bass, me on trombone, just
>> > need guitar/piano, drums and someone else on the front line.
>> > Mike Loewen mloewen@...
>> > <mailto:mloewen%40cpumagic.scol.pa.us>
>> > Old Technology http://sturgeon.css.psu.edu/~mloewen/Oldtech/
>> > <http://sturgeon.css.psu.edu/~mloewen/Oldtech/>