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    blackwave
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  • blackwave
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    Originally posted by astcell
    How about a Nimble Neural? :D
    how about a poster of astcell getting thrown into the pool with a poster of Nimble Neural in his hand? :D

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  • KeLviN
    Poor but happy

  • KeLviN
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    Originally posted by Neural
    Vinyl Vanna? :)
    good call!!!!!

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  • astcell
    Human Rights Issuer

  • astcell
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    Originally posted by Neural
    Vinyl Vanna? :)
    How about a Nimble Neural? :D

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  • Neural
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    Originally posted by blackbeetle
    And what kind of poster could you possibly want in the program? Goon head shots? Grifter's wife as a pinup?
    Vinyl Vanna? :)

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  • KeLviN
    Poor but happy

  • KeLviN
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    dont screw with your budget. just make the laminated schedule cards for the badge chain and produce a limited number of them. then sell them in the vendor area for a buck. that way you get your money back for the cost, we're happy that we have them, and you dont have to make alot that arn't going to be used.

    also, if the program is going to get thicker, i'd make it smaller. TV guide size. the size and shape would save alot of wear and tear on the thing.

    make the cover thicker but the filler pages thinner to save cost. keep full gloss on cover and semi gloss on the inside.

    the meet the goons idea is great.

    i think its allready going to happen, but try to publish the winning slogan in the program. its easier to remember that way.

    if you make it tvguide size you could attach the DC CD in the back cover, like school books with tutorial cd's inside.

    keep the high quality badges at all cost.

    maybe the front cover can have some kind of glow-in-the-dark art/ink. the stuff that shines under black lights.
    KeLviN
    Poor but happy
    Last edited by KeLviN; April 4, 2003, 03:59.

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  • Grifter
    Goon * Evening Events

  • Grifter
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    Re: Re: Re: defcon communcations

    Originally posted by TwinVega
    ....or stapled to walls...
    If I see someone stapling shit to walls, I will staple them to the wall. Use tape, it comes off easily.

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  • TwinVega
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    Re: Re: defcon communcations

    Originally posted by skroo
    I'd really recommend that repeater frequencies *not* be listed in the program, and that any listed are open for unlicensed use. Think CYA: if they're in the program, it looks like their use is being condoned, and that could be inviting the legal attention of the FCC. If someone digs them up off the web, that's that particular person's problem.
    Or perhaps, say.....printed on flyers and accidently dropped....or stapled to walls...accidently of course.

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  • skroo
    Volatile Compound

  • skroo
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    Re: defcon communcations

    Originally posted by blackwave
    after reading neural's posts ( [url]
    It would be cool to have some type of information in the program, like a list of the repeater frequencies, the FRS frequencies and channels, the police scanner frequencies, etc... that would certainly rule :) all of it could fit on one page of 'all that is radio' :)
    I'd really recommend that repeater frequencies *not* be listed in the program, and that any listed are open for unlicensed use. Think CYA: if they're in the program, it looks like their use is being condoned, and that could be inviting the legal attention of the FCC. If someone digs them up off the web, that's that particular person's problem.

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  • blackwave
    Member

  • blackwave
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    defcon communcations

    after reading neural's posts ( http://forum.defcon.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1456 ) regarding defcon communications (via ham, frs, etc) It would be cool to have some type of information in the program, like a list of the repeater frequencies, the FRS frequencies and channels, the police scanner frequencies, etc... that would certainly rule :) all of it could fit on one page of 'all that is radio' :)

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  • detok
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    ideas...

    I like the idea of a shcedule/map printed in a 3X5 type card laminated and a whole punched, so you can stick it on your badge necklace. I know last year I also had many probelms finding talks. I did like the programs size, but I did not like the way it foled out. It was kind of annoying.

    I DID like all the info and things to read in the program. Last year I had to wait 8 hours in the lobby because my friends car broke down while he was driving, and he had the room under his name, etc. So I read everything in the book, at least twice, and looked at everything, etc. So if that happens to anyone else, or even me a second time, then it definatly helped to have things to read while I waited.

    For the little card, I think one side should have all the times of the talks, names of the talks, and the rooms they are in. Then on the other side split it in half, on the top half, a map, and the bottom, like important numbers to have, or something of that sort.

    For the program, yes some sort of pullout would be badass. Either Grifter's wife (in which I think everyone inlcuding me had the pleasure of meeting, way to go grifter...hahah) or something humerous, something that everyone could enjoy.

    I think maybe some more articles to read would be nice. Or the same amount as last year. And the artwork was badass. Maybe like a littly Defcon Tv guide sort of thing (in which I think Grifter said they are putting in).

    Maybe like "what are the goons listening too" or "what are people listening too these days?" as far as music. And you can do a forum thing, where people in the forum answer, and you take artists from each person, and insert them in there. Just in case there might be people looking for some good music, and want to try some new music.

    I had some other ideas but I cant think of them right now..

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  • blackwave
    Member

  • blackwave
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    Originally posted by blackbeetle
    The additional funds for a simple CAG doesn't have to come from the badge budget - It could come from some other fund. What about no bags (sling or otherwise) for sale this year? Or no baseball hats? One less Tshirt design?
    ack last year I only got to get one sling defcon bag... it would be a crime not to have those for sale this year... (though regarding these bags, it would be great to have a dual laptop model, or something with puffy pouches for cables and adapters and etc.)

    I never wear hats :) <hint>

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  • blackbeetle
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  • blackbeetle
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    The additional funds for a simple CAG doesn't have to come from the badge budget - It could come from some other fund. What about no bags (sling or otherwise) for sale this year? Or no baseball hats? One less Tshirt design?

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  • murakami
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  • murakami
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    bleh to downloading, analog is better for brevity, portability, and readability

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  • Grifter
    Goon * Evening Events

  • Grifter
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    ** Plans to Download all Data from Everyone that Syncs their Palms/IPaqs **


    Docs for Days!!!

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  • octalpus
    Official Forum Bitch

  • octalpus
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    I agree with ditching the dual program idea... especially at the cost of the nifty badges. While the DC9 badges were a little TOO nifty (ours are now all sticky and yellowed... I guess that material doesn't like heat and humidity), the badges are our best keepsake, above any shirts, shotglasses, etc. Something spiffy and durable is most desireable, please!

    As for the problem of something to carry around, I still like the idea of a pull-out section in the program. Perhaps a perforated foldable schedule printed on a heavier cardstock page in the middle that could be easily removed from the program without making the whole thing fall apart? I also dig the Palm sync station idea, as something supplementary, for the supah-pimpin-leet folks (read: not me) who can afford such nifty gadgets.

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