Microsoft Ice House in Downtown Toronto
jane at partnershipplatform.ca
Wed Jan 31 03:00:17 UTC 2007
How is Microsoft keeping their machines running then? perhaps we should
pitch our own tent?
When are we planning to make our move?
> With the Cold, there may be problems with an LCD Display Freezing and
> Shattering from the cold. It is a liquid, between two layers of glass.
> A CRT might work better, in the cold. Computers like to be working in
> around 60F Degrees to 90F Degrees at best. Some parts in computers don't
> work to good at lower temperatures.
> On Tue, 2007-30-01 at 21:36 -0500, David J Patrick wrote:
>> On 30/01/07, Borden Rhodes <dominussuus at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Do we have a Tux that doesn't need batteries?
>> nothing over 2' tall
>>> How about a couple of laptops that can brave the freezing cold and get
>>> people to bring their own rewriteables to get Ubuntu?
>> sounds c c c c cold !
>>> Can one of us dress up like a penguin?
>> you're thinking of 6' tux; the suit
>> an upcoming production of our little sweat shop.
>>> Can we light a bonfire right next door to the ice house?
>> you have a better chance of finding someone who's linux curious, is
>> carrying their CDRW, and can use a laptop with mittens, within the 42
>> minutes your laptop batteries survive outside, than getting away with
>> startin a fire downtown.
>>> Do you know where your children are?
>> as yet, unconceived, so, yes.
>> OK, I have the inverter and the fan and the giant penguin, all we need
>> is a charged car battery and voila ! instant scene !
>> Who wants to be an official penguin wrangler ?
>> djp at linuxcaffe.ca
>> geek chic and caffe cachet
>> 326 Harbord Street,
>> Toronto, M6G 3A5,
>> (416) 534-2116
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