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30 spots now available for London Web's September Thames Boat Cruise with Mozilla Labs - 16th Sept 2010

From: Nathan O.
Sent on: Sunday, August 22, 2010 3:14 PM
Hi All,

I'm pleased to announce a very special event in September. Tickets will sell quickly (especially once Mozilla starts advertising) - so I'm letting London Web existing members in first!

The Annual London Web Boat Cruise with Mozilla Labs - the makers of Firefox!
When: Thursday 16th September 2010
What Time: 7pm (boat leaves promptly at 7.15pm)
Where: Leaving Embankment Pier (vote for Greenwich or Putney on RSVP)
Cost: ?15 (inc VAT) per head

As usual, London Web does not make any profit from these events, and we have managed to get a discount, which is hard to do on these popular boats. Once we reach 70 people, this is the limit, please pay when RSVPing to secure your place. Tickets will all be gone by the 1st of September.

- Socialise and boarding: 7pm - 7.15pm
- Enjoy the sights of the city between 7.15 and 8pm
- Mozilla Labs speaks in two slots on "Identity in the Browser" - 8pm - 9pm
- Break to enjoy the sights of either Putney Bridge approach, or Greenwich (depends on voting)
- Either lightening talks below deck, or scenic chat above deck with sunset in the backdrop and a beer in hand, optional BBQ steaks & sausages (extra ?9.95+VAT)
- Arrive back at Embankment Pier around 10pm - 10.15pm.

Mozilla Labs Speakers Introduction: Identity in the Browser
Identity is one of the foundational building blocks of the open, social web. Today, large multinationals battle fiercely over who gets to own and control (y)our identity on the web. This needs to change. At Mozilla, we have been thinking about how the browser, as *your* trusted agent, can put you back in control of your identity. The Account Manager project - soon to be a Firefox feature - allows you to sign-up, sign-in and sign-out from within your browser. Come learn all about Account Manager and how you can add support on your website in 3(ish) easy steps.

RSVP Online Here

We'll see you on board! Please keep checking the website once RSVP'd as with boats, some details may change closer to the time! Thanks to the sponsors, we may have pizza and a small bar tab, and we will give more detail closer to the time.

Kind Regards,
Nathan O'Hanlon - @nathanlon -[masked]
Organiser for London Web

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