March 16, 2011
I played ARGs back in the day. Now I'm a cognitive psychologist. I'm interested in how people think about stuff and convince other people to think about stuff too.
I tried once - a grassroots thing, made entirely by hobbyists who were players. We made it to about two weeks before everyone lost interest.
I'd like to get a sense of how far it's come since the Beast, and reminisce a little - but I also want to get involved in the community and meet some interesting people.
My knowledge of psychology can provide all sorts of interesting tidbits, but my experiences as a player and as one of the foolish few who wrote a Guide may be useful as well.
I'm organising a trip to the Darwin Centre this Sat from 4-6, with drinks afterwards, for all who are free from religious dogma. Want to explore whether homosexuality undermines natural selection. Also whether the many archaeological finds indicating human life dated to a time when we were supposed to be apes can all be dismissed.
If you're interested, here's the link: http://www.meetup.com/London-Atheist-...
Hey Rob, I wanted to drop you a line as im personally messaging cool / hot / friendly/ nice people who look like they might be into the parties I put on. They are for single people but are NOT singles events. They are more of party that happens to have loads of amazing single people there with no bloody speed dating. I have 2 parties early August. Please check them out & join the group” Hate Singles Events” if you haven’t already. http://www.meetup.com/Hate-Singles-Ev...
Hey rob, love your introduction! We run a group that could be perfect for you - a great way of meeting new people in a fun and informal environment. It may be too late notice but we're also doing a "geeky quiz" in Fleet St. tonight you can find details of our events here if you want. http://www.meetup.com/thinking-bob
Hopefully see you on the site someday!
Thank you for joining the group. I wish this group help you know more about Arduino. Please don't hesitate to share your ideas and suggestions with us. Looking forward seeing you in upcoming meetings.
Hey Rob, I've been in London for a year and a half now, it was a bit rough when I first moved but now I like the city. Let me know how you get on... and definitely come if you beat the jetlag!