I think, practically speaking, that if not too many
people show up for viewing, sitting around a laptop
with a decent screen would be fine; however, if like
20 people show up to watch something, a projector
would be a lot better!
Just my 2 cents,
--- Jonathan <[address removed]> wrote:
I think that it should not be a problem to bring in
our own A/V, Laptops, DVDs.
From: Di <[address removed]>
Reply-To: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: [drwho-114] May 12 Meetup space - need a
Date: Tue, 1 May[masked]:47:28 -0400 (EDT)
A special announcement from Di, Organizer of The
Minneapolis Doctor Who Meetup Group
Hey all -
So Ben and I have looked into the libraries like
discussed at the last meetup. Here's the problem:
We can get a free room at the Minneapolis Public
Library downtown (Edina was booked up) BUT they do NOT
provide A/V equipment, so we would have to provide our
own. The rooms that *do* have A/V cost a pretty penny,
and I just can't manage the size of deposits
In this group, I'm sure it's entirely possible, but I
wanted to check. Again, I can play anything that's
downloadable or on DVD- which will make say, season 3
of New Who eps entirely possible, as well as many of
the old ones.
The other alternative is that I look at other
libraries in the Minneapolis area - most of the
outlying ones still, however, require a room deposit
and just might not have the A/V equipment thanks to
all the funding issues libraries have been having.
And yes, once we get this sorted out, we'll figure out
what we're going to show. :)
So please, thoughts, ideas, and portable equipment are
welcome. Does anyone happen to have a projector?
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