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Well another month and another London Girl Geek Dinner has been organised, and this time the hostess is Katy Pearce! (Well done Katie for taking the initiative!) She has managed to get Cory Doctorow to come and do a talk on all things techie, sci-fi and geeky! There are already 25 people signed up to the event and it is looking like places are getting filled fast

The rules of engagement for this event are the same as all the rest... guys, bring a girl with you (after all it is only polite considering this is a London Girl Geek Dinner). The last event was great fun and I am sure this one will be just as good as the last one.

DATE : Tuesday, March 14 8pm
WHERE: Pitcher and Piano 68 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 0NY Map
HOW MUCH: £15 (sure it isn't dirt cheap, but check out the food!) to be paid on the door



* Spicy Risotto balls stuffed with Mozzarella (v)
* Chicken Satay
* Crudités with Blue Cheese dip (v)
* Smoked Salmon Triangles
* Mini Sausages & Mustard Mash
* Tomato & Mozzarella Crostini (v)
* Mixed breads and humous (v)
* Baby tomatoes stuffed with a selection of Cous Cous (v)
* Vegetables and Goats Cheese (v)
* Steak, Olive and Horseradish on a Yorkshire pudding
* Red and White wine

P&P would like to have an exact headcount about a week before the event. Please try to sign up before that point.


Featuring Cory Doctorow!

Cory is, in his words, "an activist, a writer, a blogger, a public speaker, and a technology person." He is also one of four editors on the most linked-to blog around, From 2002 until January of this year, Cory was the Director of European Affairs for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a technology advocacy nonprofit that works to upload liberty in technology law, policy and standards. Now he remains an EFF fellow, but is focusing more on writing. Cory is also on a number of tech-related advisory boards and boards of directors, including those of the Participatory Culture Foundation, the Open Rights Group, the MetaBrainz Foundation, Technorati Inc, Onion Networks, and others; as well as the conference committee for the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference. He also co-founded the open source P2P technology company OpenCola, which was sold to OpenText in 2003. To learn more about Cory, check out this page:

If you would like to be a speaker for one of our events please put your details here or e-mail sarah.blow at and let me know who you are, how to contact you and the subject that you would like to speak on.

Posted on Tuesday, February 14, 2006 7:05 PM London Girl Geek Dinners | Back to top

Comments on this post: March London Girl Geek Dinner Announced!

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Last night I attended a networking event run by Women In Technology, with the topic of Flexibility in the workplace. There were 2 very different keynote speakers, a panel debate and then a chance to eat and drink and chat....
Left by Licence to Roam on Feb 16, 2006 1:23 AM

# re: March London Girl Geek Dinner Announced!
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WOW good stuff! You know its going great when people are willing to help out and arrange events . And what a great Guest Cory will be.

I wish I had thought about getting him earlier! :)
Left by Ian Forrester on Feb 22, 2006 12:06 PM

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