2009 02 BayCHI Intro Slides

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2009 02 BayCHI Intro Slides

  1. 1. Welcomes You February 10, 2008
  2. 2. Tonight’s program… Getting People to Talk to an Animal: Lessons Learned Designing Aardvark Rob Spiro, The Mechanical Zoo
  3. 3. Tonight’s speaker… Rob Spiro is the co-founder of The Mechanical Zoo, a fifteen-person startup in San Francisco working on social search
  4. 4. For all the updated information you need about BayCHI, visit… www.baychi.org
  5. 5. Join BayCHI… Visit the BayCHI web site at www.baychi.org and click Join BayCHI Membership is just $20 for the first year and $15 to renew
  6. 6. BayCHI Member Benefits Job Bank Consultants Directory Library BayCHI LinkedIn Group membership Tutorial discounts Monthly newsletter Membership Directory Supporting the organization that brings you outstanding programs, BOFs, and tutorials
  7. 7. Sign up for monthly meeting announcements or the BayCHI discussion lists… Visit the BayCHI web site at www.baychi.org/subscribe/
  8. 8. Become part of the BayCHI LinkedIn community… You must be a current member of BayCHI Go to www.linkedin.com/ Also visit www.baychi.org/linkedin/ for more details News Flash: We have over 1000 BayCHI members enrolled in the BayCHI LinkedIn group!
  9. 9. BayCHI needs you… Volunteers make things happen! Most Urgent Volunteer Needs: Software Analyst for Membership Database • Review existing systems that might meet the needs of a non-profit organization’s membership system and potentially also meet requirements for the Job Bank Publicity Chair Job Bank Volunteer (weekly) Visit www.baychi.org/volunteer/ Interested in volunteering? Contact the BayCHI Volunteer coordinator Martin Bednar at: volunteer@BayCHI.org
  10. 10. For all the updated information you need about BayCHI, visit… www.baychi.org
  11. 11. Tonight’s program… Getting People to Talk to an Animal: Lessons Learned Designing Aardvark Rob Spiro, The Mechanical Zoo
  12. 12. Tonight’s speaker… Rob Spiro is the co-founder of The Mechanical Zoo, a fifteen-person startup in San Francisco working on social search
  13. 13. Want to suggest a topic for a BayCHI program meeting? Contact the Program Planning Committee at monthly-programs@baychi.org
  14. 14. BayCHI BOFs Birds-of-a-Feather groups for BayCHI members and others East Bay Future Systems BOF Kids’ Media Java Web Developer BOF Mobile Applications Japan BOF North Bay Consultants Student Open Source Usability Usability Engineering Interaction Design Web Interface Design Visit www.baychi.org/bof
  15. 15. Do you know an industry leader or have a topic to present for a BOF meeting? Contact a BOF leader at www.baychi.org/bof
  16. 16. BayCHI Library A service for BayCHI members only See our staff in the lobby to browse and check out materials Visit www.baychi.org and click Library for: our list of tutorial notes and videos how to reserve, borrow, and return materials
  17. 17. BayCHI audio & visual recordings are available… Did you miss a BayCHI meeting? Download the recordings directly or subscribe to our podcast feed at www.baychi.org/podcast/ News Flash! BayCHI will be publishing the backlog of podcasts soon. Stay tuned to the podcast page for details
  18. 18. BayCHI Recording Policy Recording of this program meeting by audience members is not permitted The new policy is on the program page at www.baychi.org/program/
  19. 19. BayCHI Dinner Join us before the BayCHI meeting For information visit our web site at www.baychi.org and click Dinner Info
  20. 20. Follow BayCHI RSS feed of events: http://www.baychi.org/rss.xml On Twitter: http://twitter.com/baychi
  21. 21. March BayCHI Meeting Tuesday, March 10th, 7:30 – 9:30PM @ PARC Topics and speakers TBA For more details, see: http://www.baychi.org/

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