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Upcoming Nerd night event
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DateVenueHost 1Host 2ThemeFB event linkFuture speakers425-Feb-20195
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25-Feb-2019SamLizzieNext event emails
cat_bearne@ican.edu.kh; paul@dodds.us; haruhiko.ikebe@gmail.com; Pietrotartalia@gmail.com; mrunge@skemaz.net
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Future speakers email
gloria_pianta@hotmail.com; melanie.mossard@impacthub.net; emhowe@bu.edu
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cat_bearne@ican.edu.kh+855967713182I'm a secondary maths teacher.Cat BearneWorking titleThe phrase 'those who can't teach' is an abomination, and teachers aren't celebrated enough, by society or themselves. Secondary maths teacher with an English and Drama degree, Cat Bearne aims to make teachers feel proud of their work and maybe open others'minds to the possibility of training to become a teacher.
Cat Bearne:
Working title:
The phrase 'those who can't teach' is an abomination, and teachers aren't celebrated enough, by society or themselves. Secondary maths teacher with an English and Drama degree, Cat Bearne aims to make teachers feel proud of their work and maybe open others'minds to the possibility of training to become a teacher.
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paul@dodds.us+15017914135Beloved rentals healing the urban core.Paul DoddsFrom Ruins to CommunityPaul was not meant to live in Little Rock, Arkansas, much less to find satisfaction, right livelihood and deep sense of rooted community, by picking ruins from the trash heap of sprawl. Over the past 15 years, he has brought 30 once abandoned housing units in historic homes to life, planting trees and finding both meaning and solid financial returns in an ignored corner of a lovable city in flyover land.
Paul Dodds:
From Ruins to Community:
Paul was not meant to live in Little Rock, Arkansas, much less to find satisfaction, right livelihood and deep sense of rooted community, by picking ruins from the trash heap of sprawl. Over the past 15 years, he has brought 30 once abandoned housing units in historic homes to life, planting trees and finding both meaning and solid financial returns in an ignored corner of a lovable city in flyover land.
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haruhiko.ikebe@gmail.com+66615718625hope the presentation is self explanatoryAnonymousRants of a nerdwhy i became angry, lazy, and stupid, and why that is a problem in 20 slide rants hopefully done nerdyheadshot will be sent courtesy of Take
Anonymous:
Rants of a nerd:
why i became angry, lazy, and stupid, and why that is a problem in 20 slide rants hopefully done nerdy
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Pietrotartalia@gmail.com‭017 865 782‬Nerdy passion Pietro TartagliaAltered states of consciousnessAn introduction to the world of psychedelics plants and how they influence human psychologyI’d rather not be tagged on Facebook. Thanks!
Pietro Tartaglia:
Altered states of consciousness:
An introduction to the world of psychedelics plants and how they influence human psychology
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mrunge@skemaz.net0963207102There's a better and easier way to build PWAs that I would like to share with my fellow "Nerds" ;-)Mark RungeProgressive Web AppsSince Google invented Progressive Web App (PWA) technology in 2015, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many others have PWA "Lite" versions of their iOS and Android native apps.
Microsoft and Google are "all-in" on the technology, and as of late last year, Apple's Safari browser also supports PWAs.
Learn how you can latch onto the 3rd wave of the internet and take advantage of this amazing development.
No questions.
Mark Runge:
Progressive Web Apps:
Since Google invented Progressive Web App (PWA) technology in 2015, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many others have PWA "Lite" versions of their iOS and Android native apps.
Microsoft and Google are "all-in" on the technology, and as of late last year, Apple's Safari browser also supports PWAs.
Learn how you can latch onto the 3rd wave of the internet and take advantage of this amazing development.
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NamePhone (use - to separate)What is your motivation? Just a few words to say any qualification/job/nerdy passion?Email addressPres titleDescriptionNotes (speaker + NN team)Picture sent?First choice date to presentAssigned date
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Gloria Pianta789007373suggest a different approach to tinder gloria_pianta@hotmail.comTinder beyond hook upsTinder is just for hook ups: a common but updated misconception. As a tool that let you connect with people based on your geographical location it allows a wide variety of enjoyable and useful interactions that can enrich your life beyond mating. Learn more about them and how to have the right approach to get the best out of it!Women's themed talks (Sat 16 Feb & Mar 2019)
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Melanie Mossard015675113Passionate about youth empowerment, adventure and entrepreneurship, I am gonna share my fabulous experience across India! melanie.mossard@impacthub.netOnboard on the world's largest entrepreneurial train journeyLiving in 4 square meters with 6 people for 15 days in India. Can you do it?
Melanie, our speaker of the night, did it... and it was the best memories of her life! Why?
Because she joined an 8000 km "awakening train-journey" all across India for 15 days, with onboard, the 500 brightest youth of the country who share the same dream of building India through entrepreneurship!

Coming from very small villages from rural India, or from the top engineering school of the country, they learned about how can we build the future of India through Enterprise, much more human-centered, sustainable, youth-led and focused on the development of the Middle India districts (750 Million people).

During 15 days, they learn and unlearn from peers and role model from all across the country, about topics like education, manufacture, agriculture, healthcare, art and culture, water and sanitation, energy, technology.

She is gonna share tonight this eye-opening "Awakening journey"
Mon 25 Mar 2019 (No theme)
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Emily Howe086-251-940Seeking opportunities to present/get feedback on preliminary dissertation research!emhowe@bu.eduSpirits Just Wanna Have Fun!Ethnomusicologist Emily Howe shares her research on music and dance in rural Cambodian spirit possession rituals.
Mon 25 Mar 2019 (No theme)
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