Couple of hours late, but I figured I'd share this one with you:
Q: How many citizen scientists does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Hang on, I'll go get a twelve-pack of light bulbs at Safeway, we'll
split up into groups of different sizes, and we'll settle this
question once and for all!
Merry winter-holiday-of-your-choice, everyone!
On Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 12:01 AM, Tito <[address removed]> wrote:
> Congrats on the best meetup ever, everyone! What a great venue, great
> people, insightful talks. Definitely setting the bar high for 2011 :)
> On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 1:49 PM, Eri Gentry <[address removed]> wrote:
>> Announcing a new Meetup for BioCurious!
>> What: Ending the Year of Citizen Science + the Future of Participative
>> When: Tuesday, December 21,[masked]:30 PM
>> Where: Institute for the Future
>> 124 University Avenue
>> Palo Alto, CA 94080
>> You are cordially invited to the BioCurious end-of-year holiday
>> party/lecture! In typical fashion, please bring what you can to share. I'll
>> handle the rest. I made a public spreadsheet you can add your items to.
>> Also, if you can volunteer to help setup or cleanup, please email me (very
>> little time commitment). Thanks, everyone! Now, a word about the event:
>> 6:30-6:45: Meet and greet
>> 6:45-8:15: Talks
>> 8:15-9:00: Q&A, social hour
>> "May you live in interesting times." It may be the Chinese curse, but I
>> believe it depends on perspective. Some have problems... and some have
>> problems to solve. It's the latter group I bring to your attention - those
>> who've created globally-impacting, innovative solutions to problems facing
>> Our next speakers thing big, actualize their ideas, and bring you - the
>> community - along for the ride.
>> First up will be Jason Bobe, Director of Community for the Personal Genome
>> Project, Cofounder of DIYbio.org, and Cofounder of BioWeatherMap.org. Jason
>> will share the latest news on DIYbio and what we might see moving forward.
>> Next will be Greg Biggers, Founder & CEO of Genomera, a Silicon Valley
>> startup focused on making health more accessible, understandable, and
>> Finally, I will say a few words about BioCurious in 2010 - how we moved from
>> garage to (almost) our own building and, wow, how things have changed. I'll
>> also explain the CitSci Study Contest I'm holding. Design a study, enter it,
>> and (if you win) have it hosted on Genomera + receive a 23andMe Complete
>> Edition. See more.
>> Many thanks to Institute for the Future, for hosting us!
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