Posted by: Cory | January 2, 2008

Louisville Nerd Dinner – Jan. 24 @ Fox & Hound Pub

The Louisville Geek Dinner Club is meeting January 24 to discuss upcoming technologies and other nerd-related things, which should be perfect timing considering that MacWorld is Jan. 14-18 and CES is Jan. 7-10 (no overlapping this year!).  All the new gadgets (possibly including a 3G iPhone, a new macbook, an updated apple tv, and possibly some gPhone developments) should be unveiled by that time, ingested and ready to be discussed.

Lifted straight from their site,

The purpose of Louisville Geek Dinner is to organize a social networking event for geeks. The original concept came from listening to London Geek Dinner podcasts. The first three Louisville Geek Dinners were quite successful, however there is still potential for significant growth. Let’s build an environment like Silicon Valley!

Who is invited, and what does it mean to be a geek? Wikipedia defines geek as the following, “a person who is interested in technology, especially computing and new media. It is comparable with the classic definition of hacker.” The quickest way to determine if you are a geek is to take a geek test. The simple fact is that we love technology. We need a social event where everyone speaks our language for a change. All geeks are invited.

The dinner details are:

WHAT: A social networking event for those who love technology.
WHEN: Thursday, January 24th 2008 (tentative) @ 6:00pm EST
WHERE: Fox and Hound Pub and Grille – Google Directions
COST: FREE + Whatever you choose to spend on food.

Geek question to ponder: There are 10 types of people in this world, who are they?


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