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Photos from From a Friday Night at the John Snow Pub, Broadwick St., Soho

Photos from From a Friday Night at the John Snow Pub, Broadwick St., Soho
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia N95.

Fri 06.26.09 – After dinner at Busaba Eathai on Wardour St, we walked over to Broadwick St. to get a photo in front of the cholera water pump (see “Ghost Map“) and then to have drinks at the John Snow Pub. It was good fun and Dan Rubin brought his bag of camera fun, which included a Fuji polaroid style camera that at the very end of the night, we took lots of photos with. More like all the ladies took photos with Jason Santa Maria (in the red shirt) and Jeremy Keith (white shirt with stripes & crosses).
All in all, it was a completely delightful evening. Many thanks to all.

Jon and Andy

Jon and Andy
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia N95.

Fri 06.26.09 – Jon Hicks and Andy Budd enjoying the sunshine outside of the Southbank Royal (something) Hall near Waterloo Station, London. About a half hour later, or as the cat herding organizers turn, a group of us walked over the bridge, through Leicester Sq, up into Soho to go have dinner to the same delicious Thai restaurant that Andy took my Mom and I to in Nov of 2007 and whose name I have forgotten now. The said Thai place was able to seat 14 of us with no reservation after a small wait on a Friday night. They Rock. If I could just remember the name…
A nice Google search has yielded the name – Busaba Eathai at 106 Wardour St. Delicious.

Tuttle Club, The Summer Outdoor Version

Tuttle Club, The Summer Outdoor Version
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia N95.

Fri 06.26.09 – This morning I had the most delightful time at the Tuttle Club London, which due to a music conference at the ICA was held on the deck of a cafe in St. James Park just across the Mall from the ICA. Being in the park, on a deck, surrounded by grass and trees on such a lovely, sunny morning was the most delightful summery thing I can think of doing in London. Esp. when said activity includes great conversations with like minded geeks.
I think the Tuttle Club LA (LB) needs to meet outside sometime this summer.