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EXTERNAL LINK: A weekly roundup of Arizona geek culture happenings by Best of East Valley 2011 blogger Jonathan Simon.
We have a first look at I, FRANKENSTEIN straight from the Cannes film festival
A 117-year-old Arizona telescope that helped inspire the work of H.G. Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs is now in need of some serious renovations.
According to a study released today, NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft has officially left our solar system and is now heading out into deep space.
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Fifty people – 10 teams – 12 hours – and a race to save humanity! Well, maybe nothing that serious, but it could happen this Saturday, March 2, at local hackerspace HeatSync Labs.
If you’ve lived in Arizona, and especially the “Valley of the Sun,” for any amount of time then you are most likely already aware of our alien influenced lifestyle.
It’s time to fire up the Nerdvanatron 9000 and determine who should win the Oscars based purely on “nerd cred.”
Prepare yourself for the invasion. The City of Tempe hosts “Geeks Night Out” on Thursday, February 21 in downtown Tempe. It’s part of the week long SciTech festival. Come and embrace your “inner geek”.