Interview with the Wire

Interview on The Wire by Anuj Srivas with Carl Malamud. Interview: ‘This Little USB Holds 19,000 Indian Standards. Why Should it Not Be Made Public?’ An interview with Carl Malamud, founder of Public.Resource.Org, on his legal quest to make the codes and regulations notified by the Bureau of Ind….

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Social Selling: Grow Your Business With Social Media! (Workshop)

Social Selling: Grow Your Business With Social Media! (Workshop)
Event on 2017-11-14 09:00:00
SOCIAL SELLING WORKSHOPDuration: 3 hours "Social selling is the process of developing relationships as part of the sales process. Today this often takes place via social networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest, but can take place either online or offline." Learn the basics of Social Selling and how to define an efficient Social Media strategy to grow your business and increase your revenue. Who is this workshop for? Everyone who already has a business presence online and wants to know more about how to use Social Media (and what Social Media to use) to grow the business and generate more revenues. From beginners to intermediate, we will start from the basics and get deeper into the topic.   Level: Beginner to Intermediate. Price:  – 1,490 baht per person. – 30% Discount for groups of 7+ people: 1,043 baht per person. About the speaker: Bart has more than 10 years experience in Digital Marketing and Social Media. He has been running a Digital Advertising agency for 9 years in Paris and Bangkok, before launching Bangkok Entrepreneurs, a networking event, workshop and conference brand that became well-known in the local and regional Tech industry exclusively through Digital Marketing.   

at the Hive Prakanong

Bangkok, Thailand

Food for Thought & Beer Bash with the MIT Museum

Food for Thought & Beer Bash with the MIT Museum
Event on 2017-07-18 19:00:00
Prepare your taste buds for a night of food, science and culture! Join us at the MIT Museum as we speed-geek our way around the block in a progressive dinner adventure that could include gourmet sticky buns, tacos, freshly-brewed coffee, local wine, burgers, or sake. Then, enjoy a late night at the Museum and explore at least 12 tastings of products from local breweries! 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Food, science & culture tastings 8:30-10:30 p.m. Beer Bash @ the MIT Museum  Tastings (Seating begins at 6:45 p.m. and you must be 21+ to attend.) Gather your friends and choose one of three different tracks that celebrate food, culture and science as represented on our block (181-313 Mass Ave, Cambridge). Enjoy special tastings and hear from the minds behind the venues — chefs, founders — who will discuss baking science, the evolution of coffee, the archaeology of the city of Saloniki, and more! Participants in this portion of the event will check-in at the first venue listed on their ticket and end at the MIT Museum in time for the Beer Bash. Venues include:  PAGU – Creating Artificial Intelligence for Flavor Discovery: Tracy Chang (PAGU Chef and Founder) and Beth Altringer (Harvard Professor) Darwin's – The Evolution of Coffee Brewing: Steven Darwin (Founder)  Heartbreak Hill Running Company – How to Run A Marathon in Less than 2 Hours: Justin Burdon and Dan Fitzgerald (Founders). Running fuel provided by Mother Juice. Be prepared to take a brief running test, so wear your running shoes or borrow some at the venue. MIT Press Bookstore – How to Make the Best Burger Naco Taco – Tasty Tales with Tortillas  Toscanini's @ the MIT Museum – Creamy, Cultured & Cold: Gus Rancatore (Founder)  Central Bottle – Two of a Kind: Wine & Cheese: Lisa Collins (Cheesemonger) and Liz Vilardi (Founder)  Flour Bakery – The Science of Baking: Sarah Wallace (Flour Pastry Training Chef)  Saloniki – Greek Hospitality and the City of Saloniki: Jonathan Mendez (COO and Co-Founder) Beer Bash and Late Night Admission to the MIT Museum, 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (You must be 21+ to attend; beer tasting ends at 10:30 p.m.; separate ticketing available.) Can't make it to the food & culture program? No worries, as the night will just be getting started! Join us for an opportunity to sample beer from some of the best local brewers in the greater Boston area. Each ticket includes 12 tastings of a variety of beers and ciders as well as after-hours admission to the MIT Museum. And, use your event wristband to receive discounts from participating sponsors!  Confirmed Brew Partners: Aeronaut Brewing Company Bantam Cider Down the Road Brewery Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company  Farmer Willie's Flying Dreams Brewing Company Ipswich Ale Brewery Lamplighter Brewing Lord Hobo Brewing Stay tuned — there is more to come!  A special thanks to the Central Square Business Association.

at MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, United States

Make money NOW with targeted digital marketing

Make money NOW with targeted digital marketing
Event on 2017-06-26 09:00:00
Attend this event to discover a better and simplifed way to inject more revenue into your business. You will learn how to target down to the user level leveraging all of the digital tools that exsist without paying for wasted imrpessions that only make your costs rise up. By the end of the event, you will have the knowledge to feel comfortable enough to begin marketing your business through the best digital vehicles out there. 

at Marriott Vanderbilt
1917 west end ave
Nashville, United States

The Fire Safety Show with the Rappin’ Fireman

The Fire Safety Show with the Rappin’ Fireman
Event on 2017-03-20 16:30:00

The Rappin' Fireman and his safety friends take children ages 6-12 through an adventure in safety, rapping safety songs with robots, puppets, a smoke house, and a whole lot of help from the audience.

Children’s Program, General   
Not required

at Queens Library – Pomonok Branch
158-21 Jewel Avenue
Flushing, United States