Audience Participation Night at DLSLUG

Bill McGonigle, Chapter Coordinator for the Dartmouth – Lake Sunapee Linux User Group posts:

  • Date: Thursday, August 4th, 7:00-9:00PM
  • Place: Dartmouth College, Carson Hall Room L02
  • Presenter: The Membership (that means you!)
  • Topic: Nifties!

    “It’s Audience Participation Night at DLSLUG – time for you to get up and do something. We’ll each take a turn at the projector showing something Neat or Nifty. It doesn’t matter if it takes 2 minutes or 20 minutes to explain, just get up there and show us something. We all know something Nifty that’s worth showing. We’ll have a linux laptop to use, or connect remotely to your own. The meeting will run until we run out of Nifties, or we run out of time.”

    “It can be anything from a utility you just discovered to a neat piece of hardware we should know about to a worthwhile service on the ‘net or maybe something you wrote that saves you hours of time. If you’re new to Linux that doesn’t matter – there must be something Nifty about it that got your interested – what is that? Found a good Linux/Unix book lately? Linux is about sharing, and this month it’s your turn.”

    Hope to see you there.

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