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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Geeks Leave Home, Upcoming Social Media Events in St. Louis

Posted By on Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 11:45 AM

Craig Mayhem performs at the Nuclear Comedy Tweetup last month. - PHOTO BY: BILL STREETER
  • Photo by: Bill Streeter
  • Craig Mayhem performs at the Nuclear Comedy Tweetup last month.
Some people say that people who use social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook never leave the house. Well this lineup of events might prove otherwise. That is, if anyone actually shows up.

Nuclear Comedy Tweetup
When: TONIGHT! July 8, 2009 from 7pm to 10pm 
Where: Atomic Cowboy 
4140 Manchester Ave St Louis
This event is free and there will be door prizes.

Bring A Tweep To Lunch
When: 11:30 AM
Where: Chevy's in Olivette
9119 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis
Tojosan continues his weekly summer Twitter networking events. 

Tweetup At the Schlafly Bottleworks
When: 5:30 to 11pm
Where: Schlafly Bottleworks (duh)
Manchester Rd and Southwest Ave in Maplewood
No one is promising that this will be THE LARGEST TWEETUP IN THE WORLD!

Polaroid: Past and Present (Art Show)
When: July 12, 2009 12pm to 2pm
Where: Gretchen Bringham Gallery 
733 Union Blvd St. Louis
See how some artists are using old technology in their work. 

July Social Media Club of St. Louis Event
When: July 16th 5:30pm to 10pm 
Where: Moulin Events
2017 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis
Topics covered: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Social Media" also drinks drank and good times had. Link

Later events this summer to keep and eye out for:

St. Louis Day of  .Net
When: Aug. 28 and 29th
Where: Ameristar Casino & Hotel St. Charles 
1260 S Main St St Charles, MO 
This will be a very technical conference. If you don't know or care what .Net is, you might want to skip this one. Here's a link for more info.

St. Louis Interactive Festival
When: September 12
Where: To be determined
If you're new to social media stuff then this will be the event for you. Here's a link for more info

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