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It was great!
0 · July 25, 2002
The music was a bit too loud. The location was okay, as it was close to public transit for those that had a long commute (such as I) to get there.
As far as improvements, what about door prizes, t-shirts, and other associated dross?
Everything about it was good!
Except one thing. The music was far to loud to have any real conversation. I appreciate music and all I just wish that it had been more ambient. My throat hurts today from screaming to talk. The most commonly used words fr
Overall the experience was okay. I have to admit that the only reason I went was to meet a friend I havent seen since college.
As I stated, the overall experience was okay. But a few things could have been better.
a) Better service.b) Music was TO
The signs at the bottom and top of the stairs were good just to confirm for people they were in the right place. However it might be nice if some sort of identification of the group was made @ the tables they were sitting at. Like a center piece or some
Luckily I had a MeetUp t-shirt, so no one had a problem realizing that I was from /. -- BUT it was very hard to tell who was there for the MeetUp and who wasn't. Apparently slashdotters don't all look super-geeky afterall! I think if every organizer had s
I think that the Toronto meetup was greet
I'm not to sure about the monthly meet ups being as populated though
Not sure how many wre there, got there a bit later, but was very cool, would hope for more laptops next time. Looking forward to next month!
It was good once everyone got together and started migeling.. Next time everyone who signs up should go!!
Good time. It's hard for nerds to mingle, but we managed to introduce ourselves.
lots of cool people and interesting conversations. more computers and technology would be cool.
Better location, i.e. quieter.
Next: Invite friends
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