Alex Young alexander.young at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 08:44:54 PST 2011

On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 8:52 PM, John Jason Jordan <johnxj at comcast.net>wrote:

> On Wed, 2 Mar 2011 09:26:02 -0800
> Daniel Hedlund <daniel at digitree.org> dijo:
> >On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 09:19, John Jason Jordan <johnxj at comcast.net>
> >wrote:
> >> fact, if I had a mini DVI to standard VGA connector I bet I could
> >> put it on the screen. In fact, it would be fun to experiment with
> >> that.
> >
> >Maybe you can finally get the projector to run at 1680x1050.
> If anyone has a mini DVI to VGA connector/adapter/cable and will be at
> the meeting tomorrow, bring it and we'll experiment to see if my Atrix
> 4G can be displayed on the projector. By "mini DVI" I mean that the
> video cable that came with my Atrix 4G ends in a male connector that is
> about 9/16 inch wide by about 3/16 inch thick. The VGA connector on the
> podium at PSU is a male connector (I think), so the VGA end of the
> cable/connector/adapter needs to be female. This is Portland, so gender
> bending is acceptable, however, in my experience cables are less
> flexible in that area than humans. I might be wrong about the podium
> connector, but I know that I have a VGA cable that connects to it and my
> cable is female on both ends. Sex is so confusing.
So, is this the connecter you're referring to?

If so, I may possibly be able to bring one along with me, I'm not certain of
availability yet though...
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