My apologies if this seems like I'm bypassing "official" channels, but
SOMETHING is screwed with email and/or news. Been trying to get this out
for 4 days now, and all seems "lost" in the net, not even a bounce. Email
seems to be getting misdirected, and no email is coming back to me. Due to
the time sensitivity of this announcement I cannot wait any longer ...
BADGE (Bay Area Amiga Developers' GroupE) will host its January 1991 meeting
at 7:30 PM in the SLAC Main Auditorium, 2575 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park (just
north (logical east) of I-280) on Thursday, Jan. 17, 1991. Admission is free.
Everyone is welcome to attend although the meetings are oriented to the Amiga
Opening the meeting will be Mike (Real Amigas Have Keyboard Garages) Meyer.
The featured speaker is Mike Meyer, discussing the design of ARexx
Identify yourself at SLAC's guard booth as a BADGE attendee and park in the
visitors' lot to the right, then walk across the driveway to the Auditorium.
For those arriving from out-of-town, Palo Alto is the nearest major city. SLAC
is 20-30 minutes from either the San Francisco or San Jose airports. For those
who've asked: SLAC == Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, the home of Amiga VLT
and Willy Langeveld (VLT's author and BIX's Amiga Forum Co-Moderator).
The February 1991 meeting will feature Mike Farren discussing:
Multitasking-friendly game design techniques.
For more information, contact:
work: +1 (408) 985-7100 (M-F 11a-7p PST), or
home: +1 (415) 961-5157 (M-F 9p-3a PST, and weekends)