RE: [Histonet] Histonet and NSH Conventions
Here is how simple it can be: have a table or little kiosk affair set up
and call it the Histonet "Out-post" (clever eh?), and that's it! Then
Histonetters can stop by the Out-post anytime they wish; to hang
out, finish their coffee or whatever and can expect that anyone else
they meet there is someone they are probably familiar with from the
Organizing an "event", even a small one can be a huge task
especially at a large convention like ours. I think the "KISS"
principle applies here (i.e. keep it simple stupid). And the Out-post
idea should not be too burdensome or taxing (with conflicting
meetings, etc.), because I think most everyone at least takes coffee
What really sucks about all this, is you all will organize something
for next year and by the time I'm able to get to another convention
the whole idea will have fizzled again! :-(
I think I need a little cheese with that w(h)ine!
Have a nice day!
Date sent: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 15:10:28 -0500
Subject: RE: [Histonet] Histonet and NSH Conventions
> I remember one time, we all met in a big room, that wasn't quite big enough
> for all of us that showed up. I am not real sure if there was food or
> drinks even because it was just really fun to put faces to names. I still
> have my "Histonet" button. I think from two different years. I am willing
> to be on an informal committee to help organize something for next year in
> Florida, since I have every intention of attending, but we will need
> someone who knows the ins and outs of the meeting to head the task.
> If this doesn’t work, there is also a bulletin board where people post
> messages if you are looking for someone in particular that you know is
> attending and they also know about the message board.....and the kiosk for
> emails that is supplied by a company ( I regrettably don’t remember which
> one) is the perfect meeting place for histonetters.
> We have a year...... lets plan
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