With frequent updates on Game #7 and the LRT vote, plus picture-perfect weather, cold beer, great art, and lots of friends, we had a great evening. Click through for lots o’ pics.
Upstairs at the clubhouse.
Lots of seats and good sight lines. 300+ chairs?
Hi, Mark Connolly.
Big thanks to whomever hung this curtain behind the speakers. Much better pics that way.
Also in the house from Art Allies was Meghan Sims (work at right)…
the amazing John Hofstetter!
Best pic ever of James Bastow, who is famous for photo-bombing every shot.
Hmmm, can’t quite make out the name tag here…
Contest HQ. Trivia+scavenger hunt. Good idea.
The golf bags congregate…
here, just like the…
Ok, Rumeesa (upper right), here’s this event’s social study. How many people are Looking At Their Hand (LATH) when they could be talking to real people?
it’s a mix. Just started reading (yes, really!) Sherry Turkle’s book “Alone Together”. I’ll let you know how it turns out.
this one as well.
Meta-photog… ok, old joke.
Cate Huston – Why Do Programmers Have to Lie to Get Dates?
Carol Moogk-Soulis – Schoolyard Heat Islands: They’re A Problem, Pass It On
Syd Bolton – Uses of Old Computers
Shaminda Attygalle – Lessons From 221 B
Bob Rushby – Digital Light …Pixels Everywhere
Ben Brown – Kiss Road Signs Goodbye! …BENNNN!!!
Louisette Lanteigne – Gravel and the Waterloo Moraine
Kevin Magee – Brantford 2.0
Shelly Steffler – My Life as a Favelado
Philip Bast, the tireless Ignite Waterloo videographer.
Patio! Love this venue.
My favourite high school teacher with all the electronics hardware, Alex Matan.
Ok, this shot of me was actually by Cedric Puddy with my D90. Ignore the watermark. Thanks Cedric.
Kelly Brooks – Mud-Ringing: Intelligent Collaborative Survival
Steven Scott – Privacy: I’ve Got Nothing To Hide
Adrienne Gingerich – Internet Creep
Stephanie Tanner – Wine: What’s Your Style …STEPHHHHH!!!
Graham Whiting – Energy
Stephanie Shantz – How Captain Underpants Can Help Your Child
Roelf Woldring – Decisions, Decisions
Karen Toth – Awareness Through Movement
Amal Isaac – The Technological Singularity
Bears with Stairs
And that was…
the night. Big thanks to the volunteers and sponsors that make these cool events in our communities possible, and to the engaged peeps that speak. Way to contribute!