Demonstation at Adobe Monday (Please forward)
Fri Jul 20 06:00:02 2001
The right to do cryptographic research is an an issue near and dear to
most users of cryptographic tools.
I'm sending this out in case there's any of you who aren't familiar with
what's been happening the past few days.
Please have a look at
And then lend what support you can.
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Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 10:39:03 -0700
From: Don Marti <email@example.com>
Subject: [free-sklyarov] San Jose Monday: schedule and directions
This is a summary of the plans for the demonstration at Adobe that
we discussed at the meeting last night. We agreed to meet at the
park and walk to Adobe together, and the snake is an obvious meeting
place that is close to, but out of line of sight from, Adobe HQ.
March on Adobe
Monday, July 23, 2001, 11AM-1PM
Downtown San Jose, California, USA
MEET AT THE SNAKE: We will be meeting in downtown San Jose at the
snake sculpture, Quetzalcoatl, which is at the south end of Cesar
de Chavez Park, at the corner of South Market St. and West San
Carlos St. Cesar de Chavez Park is across San Carlos from the
Hyatt St. Claire Hotel, near the San Jose Convention Center.
>From the snake we will walk to Adobe together.
>From VTA light rail: Take the Santa Teresa/Baypointe line to the
Convention Center stop. Trains run approximately every 10 minutes.
The convention center is on the south side of the street; walk 1/2
block east on W. San Carlos St. to the snake.
>From Caltrain: Transfer from Caltrain to the Santa Teresa/Baypointe
light rail line at the Tamien station.
VTA light rail schedules: http://www.vta.org/schedules/SC_901.html
Driving: Downtown San Jose is easily accessible
from US 101, Interstate 280, and California 87.
See the URL below for maps and recommended routes:
Parking: An inexpensive pay parking lot is available at the San
Jose Convention Center, across San Carlos from the snake sculpture.
The entrance is from Almaden Blvd., one block west.
Please do not park at Adobe!
WHAT TO BRING
Please bring a sign or a U.S. or Russian flag, and a cell phone if
you have one. Keep signs simple (4 words is ideal) so that they
are easy to read for people passing by.
"Adobe: drop the charges" and "Free Dmitry" are examples.
Free event T-shirts to the first 50 attendees.
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