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Tweetup Goodness – 5/27/2008

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Tweetup at d.b.a. last night in the East Village. The weather was tentative, but more than 20 people showed. We snagged a great table in the corner of the patio — which is airy, but covered — and sipped on Sixpoint Brownstone, Chimay and Samuel Smith’s Oatmeal Stout. Their draughts change daily, and the list of bottles is incredible.

Just wanted to give a shout-out to everyone who joined us, starting with the only two to make it from last time.

And the first-timers, but hopefully not last-timers:

And apparently naterkane was there, but he somehow managed not to see me. There were only three women there, was I really that hard to find?! Next time, try harder!

Please let me know if I missed anyone else.

I also want to thank my friends Sasha and Gina, not Twitterers or technologists of any kind (they’re getting their PhDs in Clinical Psychology at City College!). They were great sports for putting up with the geeks and hopefully learned something interesting while they were there.

The amazing beer selection at d.b.a.Stolen from underwaterbeach on Flickr

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  1. Thanks for organizing the Tweetup Whitney! Awesome times all around!

  2. Thanks for the Tweetup last night .. I posted my video up on Webmetricsguru.com last night too, before collapsing into bed.

    Here’s the url http://www.webmetricsguru.com/2008/05/tweetup_in_the_east_village_db.html

  3. When I got there I thought that were was only one table with six people still around! I’m sorry!

  4. thanks for setting it all up–let’s do another one soon (lemme know if you want some help).

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