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Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2003 14:37:38 -0400
From: Ruben I Safir
To: Dave Williams
Cc: Ruben I Safir , Marco Scoffier , hangout-at-nylxs.com
Subject: [hangout] Re: Press Release: NYLXS Free Software Learning Center and Internet Cafe
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I was looking for a quick edit and to spread in around.
Ship it out to as many Mailing lists as possible
On 2003.04.09 14:35 Dave Williams wrote:
> Geeze Ruben, I thought you were looking for a quick edit! Didn't give
> me much time, though.
> Here it is anyway, for what it's worth:
> April 9th, 2003 -- NYLXS OPENS BROOKLYN FREE SOFTWARE CENTER
> NYLXS is pleased to announce the opening of New York's first GNU/Linux
> Free Software Education Center and Internet Cafe, in cooperation with
> Kings Games.
> The Center is located at the intersection of Kings Highway and East 12th
> Street in Brooklyn, New York. NYLXS is providing six computers and is
> looking for donations of additional computer hardware and equipment.
> The brand new 80' x 50' facility has new carpets and is fully wired for
> Ethernet access.
> The games room is upstairs, and downstairs are the offices of the Free
> Software Center. Computer rentals at Kings Games are $5.00 per hour,
> with a discount available for NYLXS members.
> There will be an NYLXS Open House meeting on Monday, April 21st,
> featuring a public introduction of the NYLXS and its committees, and an
> opportunity to volunteer or join the organization.
> Who: NYLXS - Kings Games
> What: Open House for new Membership
> Where: Kings Games, East 12th Street and Kings Highway, Brooklyn NY
> When: April 21st, 2003, 8:00PM until midnight
> Kings Games is conveniently accessible from nearly anywhere in NYC. In
> Manhattan, take the Q diamond train to Kings Highway -- it's
> approximately a thirty minute ride from Herald Square. By car take the
> Belt Highway to Coney Island Avenue. Drive North to Kings Highway, then
> right to East 12th Street. Parking facilities are across the street and
> throughout the area.
> About Kings Highway:
> The Business District on Kings Highway and Coney Island Avenue is one of
> the largest and most vibrant in New York City. With central access from
> the Brighton Line Subway, it features nightclubs, world class
> restaurants, plenty of parking, and Bus Line access from Canarsie, Mill
> Basin, Brighton Beach, Bay Ridge, Sheepshead Bay, Flatbush, Midwood and
> Gerritson Beach. An established shopping district, the neighborhood is
> home to traditional communities of Russians, Orthodox Jews, Chinese,
> Irish and more. The area is known for being particularly friendly and
> - Dave
> On Wed, 2003-04-09 at 13:54, Ruben I Safir wrote:
> > Date Line: April 9th, 2003
> > NYLXS is announcing the opening of New York's First Free Software GNU/Linux Education
> > Center and Internet Cafe in co-operation with Kings Games. It is located at Kings Highway
> > and East 12th Street. It is a brand new facility with built in CAT 5 cable. Computer rentals
> > are $5 per hour, and a discount is being worked out for NYLXS voting members.
> > NYLXS is investing in an initial 6 computers and is looking for hardware donations of
> > Pentium 2 computers or better for the space. The space is at least 80 Feet long and 50 feet
> > wide with new carpets and Ethernet connections spaced all along the walls.
> > Upstairs is a traditional Games center, and the Free Software Center is downstairs.
> > We are scheduling a meeting on Monday, April 21st for an NYLXS Open House at the new facility.
> > We will be having an introduction to the public of the NYLXS sub-committees and taking volunteers
> > and members.
> > Who: NYLXS - Kings Games
> > What: Open House for new Membership
> > Where: Kings Games: East 12th Street and Kings Highway, Brooklyn NY
> > When: April 21st, 2003 at 8:00PM until midnight
> > Other details: Kings Games is convientent access from nearly anywhere
> > in NYC. From Manhattan, 30 minutes from Herald Square via the Q diamond
> > train to Kings Highway. Car Access: Take the Belt Highway to Coney Island Avenue
> > Drive North to Kings Highway. Right to East 12th Street. Park facilities accross the
> > street and around the area.
> > Kings Highway facilities:
> > The Business District on Kings Highway and Coney Island Ave is one of the largest
> > and most vibrant in New York City. With central access from the Brighton Line Subway,
> > it has night clibs, world class restaurants and eating facilities, parking, Bus Line
> > acces from Canarsie, Mill Basin, Bright Beach, Bay Ridge, Sheepshead Bay, Flatbush,
> > Midwood and Gerritson Beach. It's shopping is world class. The neighborhood is
> > largely Russian Jews, Orthodox Jews, Chinese, Irish and more. The area is particularly
> > friendly and safe.
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