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In addition to our usual three funny-yet-smart presentations, on Friday November 10, 2017, Nerd Nite is bringing back hetero speed dating (optional) for the only time this Fall.Enjoy presentations about the history of coding (from Morse code to today’s 1’s and 0’s), the horror of HP Lovecraft, and long-time presenter Seth Porges attempts to tell as many stories as he can in 20 minutes.Today, a universal standard translates our diverse written languages to ones and zeros.With it, we can express ourselves in American English, Ancient Greek, Japanese Kanji, and 2,666 emoji of diverse race and gender.We provide the icebreakers for you and turn it into a game!All your information is kept private unless there’s a match. Please note, you will not have a time reserved until you have paid and verified registration at the Sci-Fi Speed Dating table at the event.

Nerd Nite NYC Friday November 10, 2017 Presentations-Only: pm (doors: pm): BUY TICKETS HERE Speed Dating Presentations (Men-Seeking-Women): 7pm (check-in pm): Description: Since 1836 there’s been a silent war happening all over the world.He regularly appears on the Travel, Science, Discovery, History, and Nat Geo channels and has contributed to dozens of publications, including In Style, Forbes, Fast Company, Departures, Men’s Journal, Wired, Travel & Leisure, Mashable, and Rolling Stone.Previously, he worked as editor at Maxim and Popular Mechanics magazines.He’s spoken about data engineering at technical conferences in exotic places such as Tokyo and Seattle. Why is he considered controversial and, even toxic, by many writers in the field?He likes long walks on the beach, streaming data structures, and the 1989 Gameboy’s Z80-like 8-bit processor. Bio: Erik Schechter will explore the life and themes of H. Lovecraft, who lived for a time in New York City, and even wrote a couple of stories based here, including “The Horror at Red Hook.” Erik is a journalist-turned-PR professional who was never into scary movies.Also, time limits on talks tend to be empty threats (Matt isn’t known for forcibly pulling people off stage when they go over). In this rapid-fire talk, Seth Porges attempts to run through 20 stories of unexpected geniuses while a timer counts down 20 minutes. Can he make it to the end of his talk, or will the audience miss out on the thrilling conclusion?