A LAN Party ( I Think thats what they are called ) sounds like a better plan - wouldn't mind doing some gaming :D
I saw this but how do they know if you actually have a party or not?
Edit: just read the email again... it's in partnership with some place called House Party... so I guess your host might go up as a public event?
Gates comes round with a crate of cider to see if anything is "popping off".
He will also bring a playlist of Microsoft approved tunes to play on Windows Media Player
Oops, better hide my iPhone then.
Anyone got a Zune I could borrow....... thought not!
It is open for the people who you invited, if nobody turns up then well thats just too bad! lol.
We will be inviting other techs as well as suppliers around to our school :)
Last themed mug I bought was a GTA IV ;)Quote:
I want a Win7 mug
Hilarious but very true Batman. I can't see myself going to an OS party. A LAN party is something different altogether. Nothing more satisfying than blowing up a fellow Edugeeker :DQuote:
It's like having a barbecue in honour of your electricity supplier
Dont you have to provide pictures of the procedings afterwards?
Because of that I wondered if I could change clothes a few times, use a selection of funny hats and moustaches and blag it :D
So - for a Windows 7 party, you get a free copy of Windows 7 Ultimate and some other bits and pieces...
Imagine what would happen if you had a 'British Gas' party...
Free gas cylinders?
At least the BBQ would be cheap as it'd be gas powered and you'd have a reason to be glad about smelling gas - as opposed to mild panic. ;)