NYC2600 Meeting – December 2020

Take the Elf off the Shelf and show it what happens to snitches.

Please join us for December’s freezer-burned Virtual NYC2600 Meeting!

Who: Us, and hopefully you.

What: The NYC2600 Meeting, Flynn Edition.

When: Friday, December 4, beginning at 5:00 PM EST and continuing on into the wee hours.

Where: That place in which you may find yourself. Via Zoom, still.

Why: To meet up, eat our own food, do our own stuff, and type “cookie.”


Here’s how it works:

  • Send an email to conf at nyc2600 dot net asking for a Zoom conference invite.
    Please do so even if you were already a recipient of an invite to any previous remote NYC2600 meetings, as those email addresses were not kept. They will not be kept this time, either. These emails are being handled by a robot which doesn’t see you when you’re sleeping, doesn’t know when you’re awake, and doesn’t remember your contact info.
  • You’ll receive said invite at the email address from which you requested it. With this invite you can join by web, app, or even household phone (originating numbers will be masked) anytime after the meeting starts up at 5PM EST.
  • There’s still no step 3!!!

See you there!


Please note:

In the spirit of using and supporting open software accessible to all without the moral concerns of continuing to support Zoom, we are looking for a dependable, accessible, affordable alternative to Zoom we can use for remote meetings going forward.

Please get in touch with any ideas. We wish to hear from everyone, especially those with accessibility-related needs, about your experiences with alternative videoconferencing systems. Our aim continues to be to keep our event as open and welcoming to all as possible. We hope to arrange something new for future meetings!

NYC2600 Meeting – November 2020

Remember, remember.

Please join us for November’s virtually-real, really-virtual NYC2600 Meeting!

Who: Us, and hopefully you.

What: The NYC2600 Meeting, Sax Edition.

When: Friday, November 6, beginning at 4:00 PM and continuing on into the wee hours.

Where: That place where you happen to be at that time. Via Zoom, still.

Why: To meet up, eat our own food, do our own stuff, and put the Fawkes masks away for another year perhaps.


Here’s how it works:

  • Send an email to conf at nyc2600 dot net asking for a Zoom conference invite.
    Please do so even if you were already a recipient of an invite to any previous remote NYC2600 meetings, as those email addresses were not kept. They will not be kept this time, either. These emails are being handled by a robot which really doesn’t care to remember you.
  • You’ll receive said invite at the email address from which you requested it. With this invite you can join by web, app, or even wiry phone (originating numbers will be masked) anytime after the meeting starts up at 4PM EST.
  • There’s still no step 3!!!

See you there!


Please note:

In the spirit of using and supporting open software accessible to all without the moral concerns of continuing to support Zoom, we are looking for a dependable, accessible, affordable alternative to Zoom we can use for remote meetings going forward.

Please get in touch with any ideas. We wish to hear from everyone, especially those with accessibility-related needs, about your experiences with alternative videoconferencing systems. Our aim continues to be to keep our event as open and welcoming to all as possible. We hope to arrange something new for future meetings!

NYC2600 Meeting – October 2020

Delicious Autumn!

Please join us for October’s close-to-the-edge all-remote NYC2600 Meeting!

Who: Us, and hopefully you.

What: The NYC2600 Meeting, Vernors Gonna Vern Edition.

When: Friday, October 2, beginning at 4:00 PM and continuing on into the wee hours.

Where: There! Where the place is you are at. Via Zoom, still.

Why: To meet up, eat our own food, do our own stuff, and do something steampunk.


Here’s how it works:

  • Send an email to conf at nyc2600 dot net asking for a Zoom conference invite.
    Please do so even if you were already a recipient of an invite to any previous remote NYC2600 meetings, as those email addresses were not kept. They will not be kept this time, either. These emails are being handled by a robot which really doesn’t care to remember you.
  • You’ll receive said invite at the email address from which you requested it. With this invite you can join by web, app, or even analog phone (originating numbers will be masked) anytime after the meeting starts up at 4PM EDT.
  • There’s still no step 3!!!

See you there!


Please note:

In the spirit of using and supporting open software accessible to all without the moral concerns of continuing to support Zoom, we are looking for a dependable, accessible, affordable alternative to Zoom we can use for remote meetings going forward.

Please get in touch with any ideas. We wish to hear from everyone, especially those with accessibility-related needs, about your experiences with alternative videoconferencing systems. Our aim continues to be to keep our event as open and welcoming to all as possible. We hope to arrange something new for future meetings!

NYC2600 Meeting – September 2020

The collective consciousness beckons your stimuli.

Please join us for September’s naturally-and-artificially-flavored NYC2600 Meeting!

Who: Us, and hopefully you.

What: The NYC2600 Meeting, Pearl Street Station Edition.

When: Friday, September 4, beginning at 4:00 PM and continuing on into the wee hours.

Where: There! Where your behind is atop. Via Zoom, still.

Why: To meet up, eat our own food, do our own stuff, and get hard media thrown at us.


Here’s how it works:

  • Send an email to conf at nyc2600 dot net asking for a Zoom conference invite.
    Please do so even if you were already a recipient of an invite to any previous remote NYC2600 meetings, as those email addresses were not kept. They will not be kept this time, either. These emails are being handled by a robot which really enjoys forgetting all about you.
  • You’ll receive said invite at the email address from which you requested it. With this invite you can join by web, app, or even old-timey phone anytime after the meeting starts up at 4PM EDT.
  • There’s still no step 3!!!

See you there!


Please note:

In the spirit of using and supporting open software accessible to all without the moral concerns of continuing to support Zoom, we are looking for a dependable, accessible, affordable alternative to Zoom we can use for remote meetings going forward.

Please get in touch with any ideas. We wish to hear from everyone, especially those with accessibility-related needs, about your experiences with alternative videoconferencing systems. Our aim continues to be to keep our event as open and welcoming to all as possible. We hope to arrange something new for future meetings!

NYC2600 Meeting – August 2020

We are not hanging out together, but we are hanging in together.

Please join us for August’s all-singing all-dancing all-remote NYC2600 Meeting!

Who: Us, and hopefully you.

What: The NYC2600 Meeting, Man On Wire Edition.

When: Friday, August 7, beginning at 4:00 PM and continuing on into the wee hours.

Where: There! Where your keister is planted. Via Zoom, still, for now. (See below.)

Why: To meet up, eat our own food, do our own stuff, and recover from nine HOPEful days.


Here’s how it works:

  • Send an email to conf at nyc2600 dot net asking for a Zoom conference invite.
    Please do so even if you were already a recipient of an invite to any previous remote NYC2600 meetings, as those email addresses were not kept. They will not be kept this time, either. These emails are being handled by a robot which really enjoys forgetting all about you.
  • You’ll receive said invite at the email address from which you requested it. With this invite you can join by web, app, or even flippin’ phone anytime after the meeting starts up at 4PM EDT.
  • There’s still no step 3!!!

See you there!


Please note:

In the spirit of using and supporting open software accessible to all without the moral concerns of continuing to support Zoom, we are looking for a dependable, accessible, affordable alternative to Zoom we can use for remote meetings going forward.

Please get in touch with any ideas. We wish to hear from everyone, especially those with accessibility-related needs, about your experiences with alternative videoconferencing systems. Our aim continues to be to keep our event as open and welcoming to all as possible. We hope to arrange something new for future meetings!