[Pdx-pm] January Meeting

Joshua Keroes jkeroes at eli.net
Mon Jan 12 20:50:30 CST 2004

On Jan 12, 2004, at 6:38 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
>>>>>> "Josh" == Josh Heumann <perl-pm at joshheumann.com> writes:
> Josh> Rule #20 for leading a meeting: don't offend the speaker (too 
> much).
> Josh> Okay, the Lodge is out this time.
> It doesn't need wireless for my presentation, but we might want to 
> slowly
> build up some relationship with a location that is presentation-screen
> friendly as well as wireless-wired.
> How about Ground Kontrol?  We'd only have to ignore the
> beep-bling-bloops in the background! :)

Hmm... beer and videogames; not too bad. If they have chairs they're a 

> Has anyone been to Heaven Cafe at SW 10th and Stark?  They supposedly
> have wifi.

Too small. Not well suited to lectures.

> Or the Rose and Raindrop at 532 SE Grand is also on that list.

Who remembers their Green Room? If they don't charge for its use, this 
is a contender.

> Tiny's Stumptown coffee at 1412 SE 12th

Never been.

> Portland Coffee at SE 25th and Belmont

Is that Stumptown?

> And there's the Urban Grind.  Again.

Once they get a liquor license, they might consider us again. We don't 
make then enough money for them to stay open after hours just for us.

> Billy Reed's Restaurant and Bar, 2808 NE MLK.

It's on the noisy side but if they have a backroom I think this is 
probably the best option.

> Common Grounds at 4321 SE Hawthorne

Nice place, should be big enough

> Bar of the gods 4801 SE Hawthorne (this sounds good!)

too small, too dark, and we're not cool enough.

> Shanghai Tunnel Bar at 211 SW Ankeny

see above

> Try some of those.  I got those from CNET's wifi search engine....
> <http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6659_7-726628-1.html>


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