Treehouse Talks: Great minds don't think alike
Date: April 13, 2012
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:15 pm
Location: Toronto Reference Library - 789 Yonge Street
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The Treehouse Talks are back in the Appel Salon at the Reference Library! And we sure have an exciting lineup for you. Come hear a physicist explain why the cultural gap between science and politics matters. Help a journalist and entrepreneur to understand news aggregation websites by creating and curating a “Prismatic feed” and several “Trap.it traps”. And experience how immigrants with English as a second language integrate into the Canadian workplace and build a new life.
- MARCIUS EXTAVOUR: Science and politics don’t mix… or do they?
- ERIN BURY: Tapping into Interest Graphs to Curate Online News
- JORGE ULLOA: The Global Water Cooler — Multiculturalism in the Workplace
The Appel Salon bar opens at 5:30pm; Treehouse Talks begin at 6:30pm. Drop in after work and bring a friend. Conversations will continue after the show (8:30pm) just down the street at The Pilot in Yorkville.
April 13, 2012
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