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Here are some supplies that programming needs:
 
Here are some supplies that programming needs:
* Milk and cookies, if Jane Yolen is doing Bedtime Stories
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* '''Milk and cookies''', if Jane Yolen is doing Bedtime Stories
* A projector and laptop computer for artist slideshows
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* A '''projector''' and '''laptop computer''' for artist slideshows
* A walkie-talkie or other means of contact for at-the-con emergencies
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* A '''walkie-talkie''' or other means of contact for at-the-con emergencies
* Table tents, those stand-up cards with people's names on them to make it clear at panels who's who. Ideally, the front of a table tent should include the person's name in very big, easy-to-read script  and the name of the panel in slightly smaller script. The back should ideally include the name of the panel, who's on it (as a cheat-sheet for when you forget your fellow panelists' names) and a schedule.
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* '''Table tents''', those stand-up cards with people's names on them to make it clear at panels who's who. Ideally, the front of a table tent should include the person's name in very big, easy-to-read script  and the name of the panel in slightly smaller script. The back should ideally include the name of the panel, who's on it (as a cheat-sheet for when you forget your fellow panelists' names) and a schedule.

Revision as of 19:59, 2 January 2008

Here are some supplies that programming needs:

  • Milk and cookies, if Jane Yolen is doing Bedtime Stories
  • A projector and laptop computer for artist slideshows
  • A walkie-talkie or other means of contact for at-the-con emergencies
  • Table tents, those stand-up cards with people's names on them to make it clear at panels who's who. Ideally, the front of a table tent should include the person's name in very big, easy-to-read script and the name of the panel in slightly smaller script. The back should ideally include the name of the panel, who's on it (as a cheat-sheet for when you forget your fellow panelists' names) and a schedule.