Join us for a celebration of Spring & Tech! We will be discussing the highlights from SXSW (http://schedule.sxsw.com/events?all_theme=Global+Impact+and+Policy) and NTC (http://myntc.nten.org/home). If you were lucky enough to go to one or both conferences, please come and share your experiences and insights with us.
Here are some of the presenters.
o Roshani Kothari (http://ginkgostreet.com/content/about#roshani) - NTC Blog Post (http://ginkgostreet.com/content/15ntc-tech-tools-austin-tips)
o Deanna Rhodes (http://vizualize.me/deannadrhodes?r=deannadrhodes)
o Eve Simon (http://www.beaconfire.com/About-Beaconfire/People)- SXSW Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/EveSimon/is-social-good-the-next-killer-app-sxsw-2015)
o Elizabeth Vargas (https://www.livingcities.org/people/elizabeth-vargas) - NTC Blog Post (https://www.livingcities.org/blog/794-three-strategies-from-15ntc-that-can-accelerate-the-pace-of-change)
Special thanks to the Digital Commons for hosting the meeting!
Digital Commons (http://dclibrary.org/digitalcommons)
The Digital Commons is located on the first floor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. While it houses more than 70 computers, the Digital Commons is not just a computer lab: It offers computers loaded with software like the Adobe Creative Suite; access to tools like a 3-D printer and an Espresso book machine; and enhanced meeting rooms and gathering spaces aimed at encouraging creation and innovation.
The Digital Commons meeting rooms are spaces that can be reserved through our online reservation system. The larger Dream Lab collaborative space can be reserved by members.
NetSquared DC is a vibrant local community thriving at the intersection of social change and technology. We’re part of a global NetSquared movement that focuses on the exponential impact we can have when we combine our hunger for change with powerful new technologies.
We’re proud to be one of the largest and longest-running NetSquared groups around, and thank our amazing members who come out in force each month to share what they’ve learned and get to know each other better.
A full archive of our past events is available here on our Meetup page at http://www.meetup.com/net2dc.