So here is my list so far (and we need to figure out transpo and
Stuff I am bringing for the show
On , "Pabst, Bill" <Pab...@missouri.edu> wrote:
> We will have 8 or 9 8ft tables, more if we need them. We can rearrange as
> needed. We will have power close by but will need extension cords. We had
> internet last year but had none or spotty in previous years. I'm telling
> folks maybe but not to plan on it.
> Here is the draft layout of the hall -
> Bill Pabst, 4-H Youth Development Specialist
> 4-H Center for Youth Development
> University of Missouri Extension
> 826 Clark Hall, University of Missouri
> Columbia, MO 65211
> V 573-884-7590; F 573-884-4225
> From: Scott.Kovale...@gmail.com [mailto:Scott.Kovale...@gmail.com]
> Sent: Monday, August 06, 2012 10:44 AM
> To: email@example.com; Pabst, Bill
> Subject: Re: Re: CGW at Missouri State Fair and Misc
> Looks like both my kids and the wife and I will be there. They probably
> won't stay the whole time though, but the kids are anxious to talk about
> their robots.
> I can't edit the spreadsheet. Maybe I am not supposed to edit?
> I am planning to bring 4 small robots (my Makey bot, plus 3 coaster
> bots). I am considering bringing my 3d printer as well, and laptop, so I
> can work-on/print a new chassis for the coaster bot. I know that EVERYONE
> brings a 3D printer to these things, but I
> really just want to multi-task and get some work done as well as hang out
> at the booth... so shoot me. Do we have power at the fair? Lots of
> outlets or should we bring power strips? If I am bringing that, I might
> as well throw in my nerd kit with an arduino
> or two, sensors, etc. That way, if anyone wants to do some hacking on the
> I might have a large enough pile of stuff that it would be nice to unload
> at the site. Hopefully I can reserve some space in the car that is
> parking close by.
> Bill, Can you tell us what we have in terms of power, table space, etc.
> Is there internet?
> On , Ryan ryanra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I will be bringing 2 small robots and a laptop that will require some
> sort of electricity (bad batteries). i can also bring an extension cord
> and a power strip.
> > On Thursday, August 2, 2012 11:29:03 PM UTC-5, Zach wrote:Good news,
> > Your favorite hackerspace in Columbia, Columbia Gadget Works, has
> > Also, you may notice that there is a "Bringing" column in the doc.
> > On a different note, I'm sure roughly 2 of your have noticed that I
> > Okay, I think that's it. Peace out, ya'll.
> > -Zach
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