[KwartzLab] Fwd: KWire publication
karlw at thinkbotics.com
Mon Oct 24 08:30:31 EDT 2011
Do you know this persons real name?
I like the idea but I normally don't respond to emails where the person
uses a pseudonym and signs with a single initial.
On 10/24/2011 12:19 AM, Darcy Casselman wrote:
> I got an email from a guy who wants to start up a maker-related
> newsletter/zine in KW. He's looking for people interested in
> contributing writing or ideas.
> You can email him directly or drop into our IRC channel (#kwartzlab on
> freenode) and talk to d0c.
> --------- Forwarded message ---------
> From:<kwire at hushmail.com>
> Date: Sun, Oct 23, 2011 at 2:26 PM
> Subject: KWire publication
> To: dscassel at gmail.com
> Good day,
> I am interested in starting an underground newspaper of sorts. based
> in the KW region. This would be called K-Wire and be created,
> published, printed and distributed with the DIY ideas of old in mind,
> possibly with a modern twist. With the influx of blogs and social
> media, I'm wondering if a newsletter of this sort would gain any sort
> of momentum and am fully aware this could be a one-off type thing. I'm
> prepared to face that reality and am more concerned with the fun and
> expressive output it would yield for the time being.
> A front-back premier issue is being designed currently and should be
> available by the end of the year.
> A project like this needs help and might be interesting enough to
> people other than me, so I would like to invite members of Kwartzlab
> for submissions, ideas and pretty much anything else required. I am a
> founding (and former) member of Hamilton's ThinkHaus, so I am well
> versed in what hackerspaces are all about. At the very least I would
> like to generate more exposure for the local hackerspace and am
> prepared to offer a 1/6 page ad for the use of kwartzlab for free.
> Thanks, hope to hear from you soon.
> Take care,
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