Happy Presidents' Day, C= and Ami aficionados!
The Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network will have a table or tables at the festival, "the City of STEM" (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), Saturday, April 2, at the Columbia Memorial Space Center in Downey, CA. We will have an Ultimate 64 and the Amiga 500/Vampire 500 on exhibit. If there is room, we will include a VIC-20 and another Amiga (possibly the CD32).
You are all invited to this free event!
Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network -
Subject: Possible partnerships for City of STEM
From: "City of STEM" <info(at)cityofstem.org
Date: Wed, February 16, 2022 12:37 pm
Hello everyone! On the City of STEM registration there was a question about possibly partnering up with another booth and all of you indicated that you would be interested. This is my informal way of introducing all of you to see if there is anyone here you want to connect with. There are still 2 weeks left to register so there may be more coming. Having a partner is totally optional but we do like to bring our STEM community together. Some reasons for forming a partnership could be simply to cover each other during lunch breaks or it could be to collaborate for a booth activity. For example, I looked on Adesso's website and saw that you have technology products ... is there some way you could demonstrate the technology if you partner up with one of the robotics organizations? Just throwing that out there ... I don't know if it's feasible.
The info below is from the registration form and I included what you said you would be doing at your booths. I know some of you didn't have a firm plan yet which is totally okay.
Please feel free to talk amongst yourselves. Let me know if I can help with anything. If anyone does decide to partner up, let me know so I can place your booths next to each other.
Robert Bernardo/Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network
*Main Contact *Email
Robert Bernardo rbernardo(at)iglou.com
Guests will have a hands-on experience with the Commodore 8-bit computers from the 1980's and Amiga computers from the 1990's and their program
applications. They will realize how classic computers were the basis of the newest computers, cell phones, the Internet, and more.
The City of STEM Team
for more information.