The Harvard Humanist of the Year Award is presented to the founders of OKCupid as part of the ongoing[masked] distinguished speaker series "An Ethic of Love." OKCupid has members worldwide and is one of the largest free online dating forums, founded by Christian Rudder and Maxwell Krohn in 2004. This talk is organized by The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard. So they will provide non-religious perspectives of things and this will be an opportunity to find out something about the humanist community and OKCupid! "...OkCupid has hosted nearly 100 million users since its 2004 launch, and site founders Christian and Maxwell will join us for a first-ever public discussion of how they created arguably the most welcoming and positive environment ever ...."
How to find Hall E at Science Center, Harvard.
From Harvard Sq T station, walk across the Harvard Yard and you will find the concrete building of Science Center near all the construction sites, right outside the yard. Walk into Science Center and find a staircase near the security desk to go down to basement (bathroom etc.). Turn right at the end of the stairs and then left (towards the tech room, not Computer showroom) and find the sign for Hall E on your right. Dinesh with a meetup sign will be at the entrance of Hall E. It would take about a 7 min walk from T station.
Try to sit together if possible and Dinesh will tell you the area where you maybe able to sit together as a group.
Parking: It will be Sunday so try Oxford Street, Kirkland, Cambridge or around the Common. No meter feeding on Sunday.
-The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard knows Nomads are coming and have a great time there: there will be a Q & A session after the talk. - Mariko (from London)