[IOML] What's everyone up to this weekend?

Chris Bryden c.bryden at virgin.net
Tue Apr 6 22:25:36 BST 2004

Hi Folks,

It's been a while, moved from Governors Hill down to Albany St, so now 
within spitting distance of the Woodbourne. I was thinking that we deserve 
another piss-up^H^H^H^H^H^H meeting, we could convene at the Woody for a 
pint, and make our way back here for a play, I have 802.11b and there are 
plenty of ports in the switch if you bring your own patch cable. Bring your 
own games/smart stuff to show off - we're currently addicted to the 
non-open-source Worms 3D at the moment, and we *need* help...

Also on show are my latest experiments with dangerously high voltages 
derived from old microwave and tv power supplies...

I would appreciate getting together for a chat as I've just finished the 
project that I've been working on for the last couple of years and am 
thinking seriously about setting up a business proper, based around the 
Java SQL-Webapp toolkit that I've built up over the last five years, in 
combination with managed Linux/Apache/Tomcat/PHP hosting and I need all the 
input I can get...

If you're free this weekend, let me know what night is best...



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