[nmglug] We Got a Shop

Doug Schocke dougl at cybermesa.com
Sun Nov 1 16:45:39 PST 2009

Yes and yes. Bring it by the shop, 1964 Cerrillos (just north of St.
Michals and Cerrillos where the section of LLano that runs behind Beaver
Toyota) and call me at 505-670-1306 to get info on when I am there.
Doug Schocke
shop email: cnnm at newmexico.com

On Wed, 2009-10-21 at 14:50 -0600, Alvin Larson wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> Do you still have your computer shop and are you interested in used 
> equipment?
> I have a Brother HL-4070CDW color laser printer with duplex and wi-fi 
> connect. I have only used it for about 15 months. It has a problem with 
> uneven application of red color (sometimes streaking) and the colors 
> prints do not accurately represent the true colors. Also, the toner 
> cartridges are expensive and it needs a new set of color cartridges. I 
> know of a web site that sells new high yield cartridges for about 30% 
> off Brother's price. Other than the above the printer works very well 
> and runs on Linux Ubuntu.
> I bought an Office Depot extended warranty, but lost the sales slip, so 
> rather than throw the printer in the garbage, I would like to give it away.
> It weighs about 65 lbs., but I am willing to repack in original box and 
> bring it to your shop if you are interested. Help moving it would be 
> appreciated, however.
> I also, have some other computer stuff if you are interested.
> Thank you,
> Alvin Larson
> Doug Schocke wrote:
> > Earlier I sent you an announcement of intention to start a coop computer
> > shop.   We got one and will move in Wednesday, 1 April 2009.  It is
> > located at 1964 Cerrillos, which is at the intersection of Llano and
> > Cerrillos, just north of the end of St Michaels.  Much nicer than the
> > current closet shop and storage shed.  Will start moving Wednesday, call
> > if you want to help, 670-1306. Will announce the GRAND OPENING later in
> > April.
> >
> > Rewrite of the original recruiting email below and Update on Computer
> > Donations Shop 501c3.
> >
> > Currently we have a new shop. This training location is a useful
> > contribution to our local economy and individuals. Are you interested in
> > computers or in their recycling or would like to have a share of a shop
> > space to work on computers, lets do it. We are already recycling
> > computers but need help to expand. Join us as we expand to include
> > computer apprenticeships. An apprentice program would teach students and
> > adults how to evaluate and repair computers. Our cost estimate is that
> > to run the shop would cost about $1000 per month. 
> >
> > The organization, CybernetworkNM, is a 501c3 organization and any
> > contribution would be a charitable tax deduction on your taxes. Also any
> > donation of computers and equipment would be a charitable tax deduction
> > on your taxes. 
> >
> > This shop can act as meeting and training place for computer user clubs
> > including all operating systems, windows, mac and linux. Yes we can get
> > along and maybe even teach each other. 
> >
> > Would you be interest in joining this project, helping with costs or
> > have any suggestions or comments? Any help will be appreciated. We have
> > applied for several grants but nothing has been awarded.
> >
> > Doug Schocke
> >
> >   
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Doug Schocke, Ph D
210 La Cruz Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501
dougl at cybermesa.com (linux)
cnnm at newmexico.com (shop)
doug at schocke.com (windows)

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