Thanks to everyone for coming.
I circulated blank 4×6 cards at the meeting, and encouraged people to write something on them. This turns out to be a good way to write up a meeting summary, and so I’m going to be ultra-lazy and just transcribe the interesting bits from them rather than describe what actually happened.
If you want something in next week’s non-summary, make
sure you write it on a card. thanks!
Welcome new lunch member Joel Vergun, who among other things
is a pilot for Spirit Airlines.
“I didn’t expect a quiz” – Jose
How do I get Google Earth free?
free download at http://earth.google.com/download-earth.html
“Norp snadt queednop!
Spliz grobnitzger.” – dcb
“I’ve never gotten a job thru any way but my personal network. I got my last job thru emailing Ed. (While that’s not scalable for Ed, it worked great for me.) – dunrie
New project for Ann Arbor: Turn 415 West Washington into a “Neutral Zone for Grownups” – drron
Arborwiki has a new, stable home at the Ann Arbor District Library. A great second birthday present. It means a shiny future, as long as Merit stays up. – mahatm
“I want to help keep our students current in the area of technology. Visions in education, trends to pass on”. – susette
By my guess the cards were a success, and I’ll repeat that next week. The next iteration on that is to provide something that’s not blank, and for that I’ll be looking for inspiration from the Hipster PDA:
if you have any favorite, appropriate, or fun templates from that do let me know and we’ll try to get some more cognitive artifacts for use then.
The missing link for the cards was something to write on them with. If your organization produces promotional pens, pencils, or other logo-inscribed writing materials, bring two or three dozen of them to the meeting and we’ll
expand our inventory of user-generated media data capture devices.
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