Let me introduce Kitty to you. At the inaugural Brisbane Girl Geek Dinner, to which I took Amanda who worked for me, I wore my kilt and took photos of the ladies there. Bronwen Zande had done a great job organising it and while Amanda was sitting down chatting I was wandering around taking photos and talking. When I finally sat down next to Amanda the seat on the other side was taken by a lovely young platinum blonde haired lady. She was very personable and though she was there with her friend Jenine spent most of the night talking to me. By the end of the night I had decided to hire her.
Be Warned - Geek girls (and other readers of the gentle female persuasion) may be excited after viewing the following notices of clothing on sale! Boyfriends and husbands should watch for signs of wallet fingering and wardrobe shuffling and muttering – “There’s no room i here - what can i throw out to make room for all these yummy clothes?” Spyjournal takes no responsibility for sudden increases in credit card limits.
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Madaboochoo are having a massive warehouse sale where you could win $5000* worth of new season designer clothing.
All you have to do to win this amazing prize is come along on the day of the sale and purchase any item of clothing.
*Please see the website for full terms and conditions of entry www.madaboochoo.com.au
Saturday 25th July, 2009- one day only.
Unit 9, 21 Duntroon Street, Brendale, Brisbane
What ever you do or don’t like about the Rudd Government (or is that the Labour Government? We tend to blur these things, but we shouldn’t) this little story should give you some insight into the man Kevin Rudd. Now lets see if he follows through!
Mollom – the Drupal spam management system created by the creator of Drupal Dries Buytaert - has blocked 100 Million spams. We use it here but recently its been letting a few through on the comment system. so our apologies for that.
Jenine’s write up of the latest Girl Geek Dinner – with my piccies.
We have the GGB survey of Jenine Beekhuyzen for you…
Name: Jenine Beekhuyzen
Screen Name: jeninebeek - or a word for a Mayan serpent god, Kukulcan
Personal Blog: http://techgirlsarechic.blogspot.com/
Social Networks: Facebook mostly, I am trying to finish my PhD so my online free time is limited at the moment. Am interested to check out twitter but realise it will take up more time than I know I have! :)
Current Employment: Full time PhD student at Griffith University. Lecture at the Qld Institute of Business & Technology. Run my own business in which I do software training in Nvivo software and I also make jewellery and mosaics for sale (completely 'un-tech' which I love)
Location/country: Brisbane, Australia
I blog to promote my book 'Tech girls are chic, not just geek' www.techgirlsarechic.org - which is a not for profit project aimed at smashing the geek stereotype and encourage school girls to consider a career in Information Technology. The book is distributed free to school girls across Australia, with 8000 distributed in Australia and overseas since March 2008. I use the blog as a way to communicate the various activities that involve the book (such as careers events and expos where it is distributed for free). I dont know how many people read it but at least it is a way for me to keep track of everything that happens.