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DPRG: Re: Clubs in the Houston area???

Subject: DPRG: Re: Clubs in the Houston area???
From: Jim Brown jbrown at why.net
Date: Wed Jul 30 10:28:49 CDT 1997

>Subject: Re: DPRG: Re: Clubs in the Houston area???
>To: dprglist at dprg.org
>Date: Wed, 30 Jul 1997 08:56:39 -0500 (CDT)
>From: "Eric Yundt" <eric at sssi.com>
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>Sender: owner-dprglist at dprg.org
>Reply-To: dprglist at dprg.org
>
>Stephen,
>
>Jim Brown wrote:
>> 
>> At 09:43 PM 7/29/97 -0500, you wrote:
>> >Hello,
>> >	I am just getting into robotics and was wondering if there were any
>> >organizations or clubs in the Houston area that you knew about. I would
>> >really enjoy getting involved with one, but Dallas is just a LITTLE too
far
>> >for regular meetings. 
>
>[ ... ]
>
>> I think the Austin Robotics group is the closest to Houston that I
>> know of.  :-(  
>> 
>
>Jim is obviously in a subconscious state of denial, part of a flimsy
>effort to bolster the DPRG membership!  ;-)
>
>Check out, C.R.A.S.H:
>
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>
>                            C. R. A. S. H.
>                 The Computers, Robotics, and Artists 
>                          Society of Houston
>
>                        invites you to our next
>
>                                                   
>              R o b o t   H a c k i n g   M e e t i n g
>
>
>Event Hotline: 713-942-7937 
>Contact: Jason Asbahr, jason at crash.org  (email for directions)
>
>Join us at this meeting to explore hardware robots, software agents,
>artificial life, and other related technologies.  This informal gathering
>is an opportunity to meet with others in the area to exchange ideas, 
>information, resources, and technical expertise.  
>
>About C.R.A.S.H...
>
>         C.R.A.S.H. is a non-profit organization.  We bring together
>         people with technical, educational, and artistic backgrounds
>         to develop and distribute software, media, and learning 
>         environments.  We organize hands-on events where children and
>         adults construct and interact with friendly robots, virtual
>         worlds, digital fairy tales, and multimedia art projects.  
>
>For more information, email our infobot at info at crash.org, or check
>the CRASH web pages at http://www.crash.org.
>
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>
>
>Although they are rumored to be into "digital fairy tales"...
>
>--
>Eric
>                                                          .__
>Eric Yundt <eric at ytech.com>                       __ ---   ; \_      //    F
>                                                  --- -   ("" a\,   // L  I
>"HA!" YaTu laughs as he spits into the wind,       -- -    {\_""   // I  N
>tryin' t'catch a fox makes da cow's head spin!    --  ooo__{ _}   // N  I
>                                                      (O)---(O)  // E  S
>YaTu at YTech.COM  --  http://www.dprg.org/yatu                    //    H

Even though I forgot about CRASH, you forgot to CC to Stephen!

8-P  Pzzzzt!


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Jim Brown       jim_brown at bigfoot.com or
                jbrown at spdmail.spd.dsccc.com or jbrown at dprg.org
                http://users.why.net/jbrown
Rom 3:23,24     http://www.dprg.org (next meeting is Aug 9th) Bring robots!
		Robotics Contest at the Oct 11th meeting!

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