project. I think in every project I do there is a chaotic stage, a
confused state, where I am not sure how to complete the project, and I
have doubts about the whole thing. Maybe I'll be less nervous after
tonight's meeting. I don't know who will be there, but I''ll get a look
at the space and learn some details, like when this show is taking
Yesterday afternoon I emailed Hrag again to ask about those details of
time and space:
> Hey Lawrence,
> We're meeting at 6pm at Outpost: http://outpostedit.org/ The space is
> off the Halsey stop on the L train.
> My cell is xxx-xxx-xxxx. See you there.
> On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 4:27 PM, Lawrence Swan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: Lawrence Swan <email@example.com>
>>> Date: October 26, 2010 4:26:01 PM EDT
>>> To: Hrag Vartanian >>> Subject: ??
>>> Where is Outpost and how do I get there?
>>> Do you have a date for The Social Network?
Hrag's email arrived just before 5pm and I assumed he meant the meeting
would be in an hour, so I left around 5:30 and took the L way the hell
out to Halsey, which is like the eighth stop, maybe, in Brooklyn. When
I climbed out of the station I looked around. It was sprinkling a
little, not even a light rain. I called the cell phone number and told
Hrag I was there. He was surprised. "The meeting is tomorrow," he said.
OK. He gave me the address and directions to Outpost, so I walked
there. Its in a residential neighborhood. I passed some guys throwing
dice. It was getting dark. Outpost was closed, or looked closed (the
website says they're open 'til 6) and I didn't try the door. Anyway,
now I know where it is. Tonight I will see the space and know the time,
I hope, and this thing will be less indeterminate.