- Tech Networking Social Mixer
WATCH THE VIDEO TRAILER @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3nscY4wXFQ A special evening of networking with your technology industry peers. Meet fellow programmers, web designers, network admins, entrepreneurs, and regex wizards! Attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with like minded folk that support the technology industry.
- Dead Drop Treasure Hunt
WHAT IS IT?? Dead Drops. The term dead drops originally come from the early days of espionage when exchanging classified material in public required a system of hiding said information behind a loose brick in an alleyway wall or under a flagstone on a towpath. A USB dead drop is a USB mass storage device installed in a public space. For example, a USB flash drive might be mounted in an outdoor brick wall and fixed in place with fast concrete. Members of the public are implicitly invited to find files, or leave files, on a dead drop by directly plugging their laptop into the wall-mounted USB stick in order to transfer data. The dead drops can therefore be regarded as an anonymous, offline, peer-to-peer file sharing network. However, in practice USB dead drops are often used for social or artistic reasons, rather than for practical ones. Let's band together, face the harsh elements and stick our laptops into the side of buildings potentially getting infected with viruses? Oh yes!! fun indeed! Afterwards let's get some hot chocolate and talk nerdy to each other ;) WHO IS WITH ME!?!?! -------------------------- MORE INFO -------------------------- DATABASE: https://deaddrops.com/db/?page=list WIKI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_dead_drop VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmkG4ry1dmM
- Create an Online Radio Station with the Raspberry Pi!
Want to be a radio superstar? In this mini lesson we will show you how to create your very own online radio station all via Command Line in the Raspberry Pi! Afterwards we can socialize, drink, enjoy half price appetizers with music from our online radio in the background!
- Let's Watch ~ Atari: Game Over  (Documentary)
ABOUT: A crew digs up all of the old Atari 2600 game cartridges of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" that were tossed into a landfill in the 1980s. BONUS: After the movie let's play the actual SMASH HIT GAME!
- Unix Epoch Time 1600000000 Second Rollover Party
Unix Epoch time, the start of time for all unix-based systems. Early Unix engineers picked that date arbitrarily, because they needed to set a uniform date for the start of time, and New Year's Day, 1970, seemed most convenient. Let's celebrate 1,600,000,000 seconds since the start of that mythical date aka the DAWN OF COMPUTER TIME! Drinks, merriment, and good company, what more can you ask for!? Don't delay, RSVP today! 1,600,000,000 seconds occurs on: GMT: Sunday, September 13,[masked]:26:40 PM Our time zone: Sunday, September 13,[masked]:26:40 AM GMT-04:00 DST