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#146712 - 02/09/04 08:34 PM Available Times - What's Good for You?
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When are you available?

What days and times are good?
(+ where are you from?)

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#146713 - 02/09/04 08:43 PM Re: Available Times - What's Good for You?
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I'm pretty flexible with time, but at night after 6pm EST is best for me and I'm usually up till after Midnite.

I'm on Long Island, NY (East Coast of US)


Bill

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#146714 - 02/10/04 05:08 PM Re: Available Times - What's Good for You?
electure Offline
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Registered: 12/24/00
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Loc: Fullerton, CA USA
I'm a weakling when it comes to staying up.
Only able to go online from 4-5AM, or from about 4-7PM. (PST)
California.

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#146715 - 02/14/04 04:40 PM Re: Available Times - What's Good for You?
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Registered: 07/05/02
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Generally,
I'm usually around the computer most of the weekend, it's in my Office room at home here, so it's usually on while I am doing paperwork in here.
If you want to chat, just login, chances are you will find someone about, even if it is only me!.
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#146716 - 02/28/04 08:52 AM Re: Available Times - What's Good for You?
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Our First scheduled session has been set at Friday nite 9pm (U.S. EST) continuing on till - whenever. If anyone wants to come earlier that's welcome too. I suggest logging in there and leaving a Browser window open. If your sound is turned up you should hear if someone comes in (a Bark!)

I picked this nite and time because I think it accomodates most people across the US (and others in the same timezones) and also our Members in NZ and Australia (it's Saturday afternoon there)

Any other suggestions on how this could be tweaked a little more are welcome.

Any suggestions for, or from our Members in Europe? I chat regularly with Pauluk generally during my morning or afternoon hours (his Afternoons or Evenings due to 5 hour difference). This may not be convenient for many US members during the week. Our (in the U.S.) Saturday mornings thru afternoons may be a good time to set up another session? What do you think?

Bill

[This message has been edited by Bill Addiss (edited 02-28-2004).]

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#146717 - 07/31/04 10:33 AM Re: Available Times - What's Good for You?
Gloria Offline
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Bill, can we have a day for computer chat also? Maybe there are some questions...
I don't know, perhaps.

:~)
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#146718 - 08/01/04 06:45 PM Re: Available Times - What's Good for You?
Bill Addiss Offline
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Gloria,

The room can be used for all kinds of topics.
Start a topic suggesting a 'Computer Chat' to see if there's any inerest from other Members and then figure out a Date and Time that would be good for the interested parties.

Bill

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