[Announce] She's Geeky Bay Area unconference this weekend!

Kaliya * identitywoman at gmail.com
Tue Jan 24 00:26:49 UTC 2012

*We would like to invite you to the fifth She’s Geeky in the Bay Area -
January 27-29, Mountain View, Computer History Museum

This is an unConference just for women geeks - geeks of all kinds, in any
field - technology, science, math, engineering, gaming, etc.

We have a 15% discount code for folks on this list and anyone else you care
to pass it along to - GEEKYTIME - feel free to forward this code and this
email to any relevant group you run, your friends who are geeky women, post
it on social networks, etc.

Regular registration ends at 11:55pm Tuesday January 24th - so don’t delay
or prices will go up!

Registration: http://shesgeeky10.eventbrite.com/
Announcement on our site:

The event is in Mountain View at the Computer History Museum - 1401 N.
Shoreline Boulevard - accessible via Caltrain with a short taxi or bus
ride, or use the #shesgeeky hashtag on Twitter or our Facebook group (
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5010135719) or event wall (
http://www.facebook.com/events/170923106341684/) to organize carpools!

We are still seeking sponsors - please contact kas at shesgeeky.org if you’d
like to reach our audience of geeky ladies and do a good thing!
Still not sure? Here’s a few more details -

Who comes? Are you a woman? Are you a Geek?  This event is for you!  We
invite women from a diverse array of technological fields and those doing
technology within non-technical fields.  This includes:

   - Scientists
   - Engineers
   - Mathematicians
   - Entrepreneurs
   - BioTech
   - Open Source Contributors
   - Gadget Enthusiasts
   - Hardware Hackers
   - All kinds of Programmers
   - Video Geeks
   - Gamers
   - SF/Fantasy fans
   - Any woman who can answer the question “I’m geeky because . . .” with
   her passions!

What happens?
The agenda is made at the event in the morning each day but you can see the
list of topics that
women who have already registered have put forward as possibilities -

Women can present/share about their area of professional expertise.
Women learn from one another.
Women discuss critical issues affecting them in the digital age.
Women talk about work place and community issues they face.
Women are inspired to follow their passion and believe in their own
Women find connections and support for their work and vision.

Curious about what it was like last year, or the year before? Here are some

These were the "results of today" from She's Geeky in DC women wrote after
the event - http://www.shesgeeky.org/sg/2009/11/results-from-shes-geeky-dc/
So geeky - 75 Online Resources for Geeks


Kaliya Hamlin, *Identity Woman (**blog* <http://www.identitywoman.net/>*) (*
*twitter* <http://www.twitter.com/identitywoman>*)*

Executive Director - *Personal Data Ecosystem

Internet Identity Workshop <http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/>
- Co-Founder,
Co-Producer, Co-Facilitator

*Unconference Designer and Facilitator (**website*<http://www.unconference.net/>


Kaliya at identitywoman.net

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