Seattle, WAUSA 98101
August 22, 2010
Programming the arduino sounds fun
No, I've read a book on it though
Hey, Nile! (I've been to the math meetup a few times, with Danny!) I didn't know you were vegetarian..... ;)
Hi Nile Welcome to the illustrators of seattle group! Glad to have you aboard and look forward to seeing some of your art!
Welcome, Nile , to the Seattle Analytic Philosophy Club.
Soon I'll have to revise the club description. It was written by our more science-oriented founder, now out of the country for awhile. We are still doing analytic philosophy but the range of topics we will treat in the near future will extend far beyond the philosophy of science, with topics in ethics probably dominating.
Hope you find it interesting, welcome again!
Hey Nile, Is everyone aware that the Capitol Hill Block Party is going on all weekend? Elliot Bay Books is in almost the exact center of the multiblock area that is closed to traffic. Everyone will have to purchase a ticket to the block party to get past the barriers ($27.50 for 1 day), so this is going to be one EXPENSIVE meetup. Should we bag it or try to move? Posting this to Zeke as well.)
Nile - I will be at the Michael Pollen eventmand will look for the group at Stella's cafe afterwards. Melissa
Im ready to lead a group meeting for Nick Hornby's High Fidelity. I would assume that 2-3 weeks is sufficient for a meeting post-announcement, but i defer to your judgement. I would like to hold it on a wed/thursday evening. i was thinking that the elysian brewery on capital hill is big enough, or bauhaus coffee... or perhaps something in the u-district... any input? feel free to msg me here or straight to my email [masked]
I am happy to volunteer... is it space or manpower that you need? I am resourceful... just let me know
I love how large and consistent this group is, has it ever considered multiple meetings per month? the spots seem to fill pretty easily... lemme know!! thanks
So sorry I didn't make it tonight. I got lost. Hope you had a great discussion!