[yapc] More on Power Plugs (and adaptors)
jac at natura.di.uminho.pt
Thu Jun 23 08:45:08 PDT 2005
* Indy Singh (indy at indigostar.com) wrote:
> Most airports have shops that sell them. Look for it at your departure
> airport. Toronto Airport would be a possibility too.
Airports, good idea!
I suppose buying cheap stuff at airports won't do much harm...
Unlike buying more expensive things...
Such as a digital camera that really looks like a bargain but IRL
Damned Brazilian airports...
Thanks for the suggestion, Indy :-)
> In Canada it will be easy to find adaptors for plugging Canadian
> applicances into foreign sockets, but harder the other way around.
> Indy Singh
> IndigoSTAR Software -- www.indigostar.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "José Castro" <jac at natura.di.uminho.pt>
> To: <yapc at mail.pm.org>
> Sent: Thursday, June 23, 2005 11:13 AM
> Subject: [yapc] More on Power Plugs (and adaptors)
> >I still haven't been able to find an adaptor.
> >I'm in the hopes of buying one in Toronto, assuming I won't find one
> >If anyone knows where I can buy one once I get there, I'd appreciate
> >the information, as it would help me in the process of slide-creation
> >during the weekend O:-) (I'm arriving tomorrow... I hope)
> >Thank you very much :-)
> >PS: As a note, what we use in Portugal looks like
> >http://braga.yapceurope.org/images/C_plug.jpg or
> >Jose Alves de Castro <cog at cpan.org>
> > http://jose-castro.org/
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> >yapc at pm.org
Jose Alves de Castro <cog at cpan.org>
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