I was doing some email archeology and found this silly message; fun! I think this the first email to the group? Also I think it was before Oregon required 10 digit dialing?
================= Message 2700: From j...@ee.pdx.edu Mon Jun 30 09:41:47 1997 Subject: Calling all Aerospace Nerds!! (34 lines) More? [ynq] Hi! We're going to start a student branch of the IEEE Aerospace and Electrical Systems Society (AESS) here at PSU. Basically, we need 12 IEEE student members (we can sign you up for the IEEE at the same time) in order to start the society. If you are: - interested in space-based applications including - Sattelite communications, - Robotic exploration of the solar system, - SETI, - Astrophysics and Cosmology, - Rocket Science (ha!), - interested in aeronautics including - commercial plane design, - GPS and other related aeronautic electronics, - interested in touring really cool facilities around the Portland and Seattle area, - doing ridiculus things in the name of science (like launching 12ft high powered rockets with self-created electronic payloads), ... then consider joining the society! Please email me (Andrew) at j...@ee.pdx.edu if you are interested (or call me at xxx-xxxx). Andrew Greenberg (also the IEEE Store Dictator) j...@ee.pdx.edu xxx-xxxx ==================== -- Glenn N. LeBrasseur gle...@twaves.org _______________________________________________ psas-team mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.psas.pdx.edu/mailman/listinfo/psas-team This list's membership is automatically generated from the memberships of the psas-airframe, psas-avionics, and psas-general mail lists. Visit http://lists.psas.pdx.edu to individually subscribe/unsubscribe yourself from these lists.