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On Nov 11, 2010, at 10:20 AM, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-11-11 09:39, Lucas Filho a écrit :

If the idea of the paper airplane go forward, we can make paper airplanes with
flyers announcing the event and distribute at universities in our cities. In
addition to banner paper airplane flying fitting and the logo of Libo friends on
blogs and websites ... just thoughts:)

That sounds neat! Even if the idea doesn't "fly" :-)  we could post online a model of a paper 
airplane with the LibO advertising on it. Then people could print their own airplanes and fly 
them where they want! We could place the LibO publicity words on them in such a way as to leave 
enough room on the page so that people could later use one side of the page for personal 
correspondence, grocery list, ... That way, the paper would not go to waste as one side or both 
sides could still be used for writing. We do not want to be blamed for wasting paper, but it 
would be a cool way of advertising! We could develop a black/white version and a colour version. 
We should have a LibO slogan.

Hi folks,

I've created a draft paper airplane design and posted the ODG to my site:

Please print, test and send me your feedback.

This is a relatively unique design I found online that glides extremely well, and leaves a nice 
space on which we can place the LibO logo or other custom messaging for events. 


Benjamin Horst
646-464-2314 (Eastern)

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