[Tastebridge] Tastebridge SCHEDULE for the week of Jan 9 2011
citizenkeys at gmail.com
Tue Jan 11 09:38:30 UTC 2011
I replied to the qr code thing, which I guess implies that I'm no one.
My comment was that we should get Tastebridge a website. The website is
what I thought would go on the qr code.
On 1/10/2011 7:07 AM, miloh wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 6:30 PM, Patrick Keys<citizenkeys at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Tuesday evenings should always have some sort of meal planned in advance
>> one way or another. Whether people bring food or we cook, having a good
>> spread of food on the same night as the weekly meeting always seems to
>> work out well. It creates a happier and more festive atmosphere and
>> makes a great weekly follow-up to the busy circuit hacking mondays.
> Cooking on Tuesday is great if we have the chefs, funding,
> preplanning, and perhaps RSVP to avoid wasted food. Perhaps there
> will be a spontaneous generation of meals on Tuesdays. I want to
> focus on getting Wednesdays scheduled.
>> Miloh: what are we doing about the labels? Have you got labels yet or
>> should I go buy some? Please let me know. Just FYI, if you use
>> standard avery sizes (whether you're using actual avery brand or not),
>> any decent word processor has a template so they print properly.
> Check out the content MON: from the Tastebridge schedule at the top of
> the thread, I wrote about using regular paper and water soluble glue.
> Much more economical and more affordable. Avery labels are somewhat
> harder to remove, and kind of kraft-y kitschy. With paper I don't
> need to worry about registration issues, labels can just get printed
> and sliced in the paper cutter. Besides, theres' this whole cool QR
> code thing that I mentioned that no one replied to yet! I thought it
> was the neatest idea in my email. oh well.
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