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Re: Hotel and Show questions

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  • evan947
    Shoot... end of the week came and went, and I didn t get to this. Sorry. Will try to make time for it soon. ... before, so I ... your stuff ... I doubt ...
    Message 1 of 6 , Feb 27, 2005
      Shoot... end of the week came and went, and I didn't get to this.
      Sorry. Will try to make time for it soon.

      --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, evan <evan947@y...> wrote:
      > I'll try to have all the answers by the end of this week.
      > There will be security, but I've never exhibited at this show
      before, so I
      > can't speak from any experience about the quality. Whether to leave
      your stuff
      > at night or take it with you is an individual decision about trust.
      I doubt
      > that rent-a-cops will care or understand how unique our exhibits
      are, vs. the
      > countless ordinary PCs in the room.
      > Since my own exhibit is mostly of rare and valuable handhelds, some
      of which
      > took me years to find, I feel much more comfortable taking them home
      at night.
      > I'm sort of a paranoid control freak about this stuff. :)
      > For desktops/minicomputers, maybe we can devise some ways to lock
      them up?
      > --- David Gesswein <djg@p...> wrote:
      > > Was thinking it was about time to figure out hotels also. When is
      > > setup/teardown and hours we should be around our exhibits? Is it
      more than
      > > show hours? Do they have some security so big things will be safe
      > > over night but I should take the small stuff away?
      > >
      > > I also assume we have rolling access from where we unload to the
      > > area? PDP-8's don't like stairs. My back doesn't like PDP-8's either.
      > > Hopefully I can borrow some muscle.
      > >
      > > Anybody familiar with the hotels and can recommend one? (not
      looking for
      > > fancy but clean and safe would be nice).
      > >
      > =====
      > Evan's personal homepage: www.snarc.net
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