[act-ma] Energy (and Other) Events - December 30, 2012

George Mokray gmoke at world.std.com
Sun Dec 30 12:13:32 PST 2012

Energy (and Other) Events is a weekly mailing list published most Sundays covering events around the Cambridge, MA and greater Boston area that catch the editor's eye.

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WELL's State of the World 2013 Conversation


Wednesday, January 2

The Massachusetts Environmental Community Inaugural Legislative Breakfast
Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013 
8:30am - 10am

Thursday, January 3
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.  Genomics, Science & Fiction

Monday, January 7
1:30p–2:30p  "Voyager 1 Is In Interstellar Space!"
3:00PM-04:00PM  Treatment Free Beekeeping

Tuesday, January 8
6:00 PM  Boston Quantified Self Show&Tell #11 

Wednesday, January 9
6:00pm - 8:30pm  Mass Innovation Nights


Wednesday, January 2

The Massachusetts Environmental Community Inaugural Legislative Breakfast
Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013 
8:30am - 10am
Scollay Square Restaurant, 21 Beacon Street, Boston
Please RSVP by 12/28/12 at http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5029878502#

Please join leaders of the Mass. Environmental Community in a welcome to new and re-elected Legislators and a tribute to the Legislature. 
Senator Daniel Wolf, (Cape & Islands)
Representative Stephen Kulik, Vice-Chair, House Ways & Means 

Hosted by:
Appalachian Mountain Club
Charles River Watershed Association
Clean Water Action*
Conservation Law Foundation
Environmental League of Mass.*
Environment Massachusetts*
Humane Society of the United States
Mass. Audubon
Mass. Association of Conservation Commissions
Mass. Climate Action Network
Mass. Rivers Alliance
Massachusetts Sierra Club*
The Nature Conservancy
The Trustees of Reservations
(nonprofits with C4 affiliates which endorse candidates)

"One Environment...One Voice" 

Event Contact Info Rob Garrity
Email:  rob.garrity at gmail.com 
Phone: 6175150600 

Thursday, January 3

Genomics, Science & Fiction
Jan. 03, 2013
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Broad Institute, 7 Cambridge Center, Cambridge
RSVP at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dGdPVWlGQ0RkNjc5S0MtWFd4TjN6NUE6MQ

This panel discussion will address some of the ethical and sociocultural issues raised by depictions of genomics in film, and will help separate science fact from science fiction. 

Jay Clayton - Director, The Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy, Vanderbilt University
George Church - Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School; Director of Personal Genomes.org
Marnie Gelbart - Director of Program Development and National Initiatives, Personal Genetics Education Project
Chad Nusbaum - Co-Director, Genome Sequencing Analysis Program and Scientific Director, Broad Technology Labs

Monday, January 7

"Voyager 1 Is In Interstellar Space!"
Monday, January 07, 2013
MIT, Building 6-120, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Speaker: John Belcher - Professor & Class of 1960 Faculty Fellow, Department of Physics
Physics IAP Lecture Series

Voyager 1 and 2 have already crossed the heliopause, the outer limit of the Sun's magnetic field. RECENTLY VOYAGER I HAS CROSSED INTO THE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM, the medium from which the Sun condensed. We will discuss those observations. 
Web site: http://student.mit.edu/searchiap/iap-9289af8f3b3c7818013b3d15ee340001 .html
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): Physics IAP
For more information, contact:  Denise Wahkor


Treatment Free Beekeeping
January 7	Mon	
MIT, Building 4-149, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Dean Stiglitz - Beekeeper, Laurie Herboldsheimer - Beekeeper

A lot of decisions on equipment or methods, depend on your personal philosophy of life and your personal philosophy of beekeeeping.  Some people have more faith in Nature to work things out, while some are more interested in keeping their bees healthy with chemicals and treatments.  Learn the advantages and disadvantages of treatment free beekeeping.

Contact: Tony Pulsone, pulsone at mit.edu

Tuesday, January 8

Boston Quantified Self Show&Tell #11 
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
6:00 PM
Cambridge Innovation Center, 5th Floor - Havana Training Room, One Broadway, Kendall Square, Cambridge
RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/BostonQS/events/94557702/?joinFrom=event&success=profileUpdatedEventWelcome

Please come join us for another fun night of self-tracking presentations, sharing ideas, and showing tools. If you are self-tracking in any way -- health stats, biofeedback, life-logging, mood monitoring, biometrics, athletics, etc. -- come and share your methods, results and insight.

Come early, connect with others and share your interest in QS. We'll have healthy refreshments to get us started.
7:00 - 8:00 pm QS SHOW & TELL TALKS
If you'd like to talk about your personal self-tracking story, please let us know in your RSVP or write Joshua at [masked]. In your talk, you should answer the three prime questions: What did you do? How did you do it? What did you learn?
If you've never been to a meetup before, you can get a sense of what the talks are like from watching videos of previous QS talks.
8:00 - 8:45 pm MORE SOCIAL TIME
Talk to the speakers, chat with new and old friends, ask other people what they're tracking, and generally hang out and have a great time.
QS SPONSORS: OUR THANKS TO Cambridge Innovation Center
A wonderful space is generously being provided by Cambridge Innovation Center, the area's largest and most popular flexible office space facility designed to meet the needs of small and fast-growingtechnology-oriented companies.

Wednesday, January 9

Mass Innovation Nights
Wednesday, January 9, 2013 
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Microsoft New England Research & Development Center One Memorial Drive, Cambridge
RSVP at http://mass.innovationnights.com/events/january-9-2013-mass-innovation-nights-min46

Every month ten companies bring new products to the event and the social media community turns out to blog, tweet, post pictures and video, add product mentions to LinkedIn and Facebook statuses, and otherwise help spread the word. In the last two years, the events have helped to:
Launch more than 450 products
Connect dozens of job seekers and hiring managers
Profile dozens of local experts
Launch a wave of Innovation Nights events around the world (coming soon)

Thursday, January 10

PEPFAR in Africa: HSPH's Role in the Largest Public Health Endeavor in History
WHEN  Thu., Jan. 10, 2013, 1 – 5 p.m.
WHERE  Snyder Auditorium, Harvard School of Public Health, 677 Huntington Avenue, Boston
GAZETTE CLASSIFICATION	Conferences, Health Sciences, Special Events
ORGANIZATION/SPONSOR	Harvard School of Public Health
SPEAKER(S)  Prof. Max Essex, HSPH;  Prof. Wafaie Fawzi, HSPH;  Dean Julio Frenk, HSPH;  Dr. Tendani Gaolathe, Botswana Harvard AIDS Institute Partnership;  Provost Alan Garber, Harvard;  
Prof. David Hunter, HSPH;  Prof. Phyllis Kanki, HSPH;  Prof. Richard Marlink, HSPH;  Dr. Prosper Okonkwo, AIDS Prevention in Nigeria;  Dr. Roseline Urio, Management and Development for Health, Tanzania
CONTACT INFO	mshenry at hsph.harvard.edu
NOTE  Reception to follow.
The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, the largest public health initiative in history dedicated to a single disease, has committed over $18 billion for HIV prevention, care and treatment. HSPH PEPFAR supported programs in Botswana, Nigeria and Tanzania that treated over 160,000 AIDS patients. The symposium will outline partnerships, accomplishments, lessons learned, challenges, and transition to local ownership.
LINK	http://www.aids.harvard.edu/conferences/Pepfar_in_Africa_2012.html


Cleantech + Design
Thursday, January 10, 2013
5:30-6:30 pm Networking
6:30-7:30 pm Panel Discussion
7:30- 8:30 pm Networking
Greentown Labs Cleantech Business Incubator + Prototyping Space, 2nd Floor, 337 Summer Street, Boston
RSVP at http://cleantechdesign-es2.eventbrite.com

Panelists:  Terri Swack, Founder and CEO of Sustainable Minds. The focus of her career has been to make complex ideas and new technologies useful, usable and desirable.
Ben Einstein, Founder and CEO of BOLT Hardware Accelerator.

Design turns raw technology into something new, imaginative, exciting, and something that catches the eye, and may ultimately sell the product: the iPod is little more than a wearable hard-drive with great branding, product design and user interface. But could design be the answer to helping cleantech succeed and scale-up? Can design make a new clean technology attractive to funders and investors, as well as for users and consumers? As a cleantech company, when and should you hire a design firm? Is design important for B2B products in addition to B2C products? For web-based vs. hardware products?

Come and join in our panel discussion to hear from design experts and clean energy companies who have made design a key element in their clean technology product development. Learn how design is more than just "making things beautiful" - it's building solutions that actually work to solve customer's problems.

Massachusetts Center for Clean Energy
Created by the Green Jobs Act of 2008, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) has as its mission to foster the growth of the Massachusetts clean energy industry by providing seed grants to companies, universities, and nonprofit organizations; funding job training and workforce development programs; and, as home of the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust, supporting the installation of renewable energy projects throughout the state. Visit our website at www.MassCEC.com and follow us on Twitter @MassCEC

Greentown Labs – a Cleantech Business Incubator in Boston’s Innovation District
Greentown Labs provides entrepreneurs the research and development space they need to launch their clean technology ventures. Currently housing 24 early stage companies in 27,000 square feet of lab and office space, and located in downtown Boston's Innovation District, Greentown Labs is a not-for-profit organization that sprung from a grassroots cluster of award-winning clean technology companies looking for low-cost working s


Foodopoly:  The Battle Over the Future of Food and Farming in America
Thursday, January 10
7:00 PM
Harvard Book Store, 1256 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Wenonah Hauter
In addition to leading Food & Water Watch, Wenonah Hauter also runs an organic family farm in Northern Virginia that provides healthy vegetables to over five hundred families in the Washington, D.C. area as part of the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Despite this, as one of the nation’s leading healthy food advocates, Hauter believes that the local food movement is not enough to solve America’s food crisis and the public health debacle it has created. In Foodopoly, she takes aim at the real culprit: the massive consolidation and corporate control of food production, which prevents farmers from raising healthy crops and limits the choices that people can make in the grocery store. 
Through meticulous research, Hauter presents a shocking account of how agricultural policy has been hijacked by lobbyists, driving out independent farmers and food processors in favor of the likes of Cargill, Tyson, Kraft, and ConAgra. She demonstrates how the impacts ripple far and wide, from economic stagnation in rural communities at home, to famines in poor countries overseas. In the end, Hauter illustrates how solving this crisis will require a complete structural shift, a grassroots movement to reshape our food system from seed to table—a change that is about politics, not just personal choice.

"A shocking and powerful reminder of the distance between our image of the family farmer and the corporate agribusiness reality. Make sure you read it before dinner." —Bill McKibben, author of Earth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet

General Info  (617) 661-1515
info at harvard.com 

Saturday, January 12

Green Minga Barnraising, Family Activities, and Job Fair
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Minden Street, Jamaica Plain

"Minga" is a term used in some Andean communities for collective agriculture work days to benefit the community. Our Green Minga Barnraising will be a hands-on neighborhood weatherization work party—complete with a mini career fair and children’s activities. The work party will provide direct energy saving services to three Latino households in this older triple-decker. The owner-occupants have experienced roadblocks to accessing the MassSave program, barriers that have affected many moderate- and low-income homeowners in Boston. Help draw attention to the need for solutions to these barriers and  learn new skills, cut carbon directly, and make new friends.

Get more information and sign up to participate at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?pli=1&formkey=dEJhekhfQno5VDZuak91WEZvNGM5NkE6MA#gid=0


January 12, 2013
Artisan's Asylum, 10 Tyler Street, Somerville

Join us for this family-friendly fun afternoon workshop! Start with a surface: wood, plexi-glass, or the motherboard from a computer. Add 2D materials like photos, newspapers and magazines, maps, bubble wrap and aluminum foil. Then take your pick from buckets of recycled 3D debris like computer parts, buttons, shells, and other small objects. Come out with a beautiful piece of art to hang on your wall! Easy as one, two, 3D.

Students will get to experiment with dynamic patterns and sculptural qualities of found objects, and become familiar with a variety of methods of combining materials. 
Prerequisites: None!
Materials Provided: 
3D: computer & printer parts, shells, toys, junk, buttons, jewelry, other debris and small objects.
2D: photos, papers, maps, cardboard, foam, bubble wrap, foil.
Surfaces: various shaped bits of wood, motherboards, plexi glass.
Tools and fixatives: scissors, mod-podge, wood glue, brushes.
Register here:  http://foundartmosaicworkshop.eventbrite.com/#
(617) 863-7634


"The Human Cost Towards India's Race for Development"
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 
MIT Building 7-338, Stellar Room, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Priyanka Borpujari
Priyanka Borpujari will discuss her featured photography exhibit “The Human Cost of India’s Race for Development” displayed in Rotch Library's (7-228) exhibition space.
While India is perceived as an emerging market, the stories of the plundering of natural resources and the systematic annihilation of the indigenous peoples go unheard. In this race to make India a superpower, and a growing media industry that champions this idea, social inequality has reached its zenith, and easily gets pushed aside. What, then, is the future of the people who grow food with their hands; who have long been guarding forests and rivers - even before climate change could touch them? Why does the media shy away from reporting about the majority of its populace, even while they silently die from landmines and malaria alike? Reporting on the 'hidden civil war in India', Priyanka Borpujari, an independent journalist based in Mumbai, reports and photographs from the dark territories of mineral-rich India, which are rife with violence and disease, which are only silenced.

A reception and tour of the exhibit  will follow the discussion.

Contact: Rebecca Ochoa, ROCHOA at MIT.EDU


FAS Monthly Environmental Movie/Brown Bag Lunch Series
WHEN  Thu., Jan. 17, 2013, 12 – 1 p.m.
WHERE	Mallinckrodt Faculty Room, 102, 12 Oxford Street, Cambridge
GAZETTE CLASSIFICATION	Environmental Sciences, Film, Lecture, Science, Sustainability
CONTACT INFO	gosia_sklodowska at harvard.edu
NOTE  Join us every month to watch some of the most inspiring TED talks on different environmental topics, such as energy, waste, water or health.
LINK	http://environment.harvard.edu/events/2012-10-18/fas-monthly-environmental-moviesbrown-bag-lunch-series


1/25/2013 - 1/27/2013 ADD TO CALENDAR
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Microsoft New England R&D Center, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge
RSVP at http://hackbeanpot.eventbrite.com

Audience: Students in the Boston area
Description: We're hosting a hackathon to bring together the student hacker community in Boston through some friendly competition. We're bringing in mentors from the area to help students deal with their technical and design challenges. This event is a collaboration with Hack Harvard and MIT's SIPB group.
We also usually bring in sponsors to get food and prizes, which include local and nationally-known companies and startups.

Also, anyone who attends this hackathon would be able to continue to build their idea at a workshop at PayPal a few weeks later, which I guess makes this the playoffs.


Askwith Forum on the Futures of School Reform
WHEN  Tue., Jan. 29, 2013, 5 – 7 p.m.
WHERE  Longfellow Hall, 13 Appian Way, Cambridge
TYPE OF EVENT	Discussion, Forum, Panel, Question & Answer Session
CONTACT NAME  Amber DiNatale
CONTACT EMAIL  askwith_forums at gse.harvard.edu
CONTACT PHONE  617-384-9968
ADMISSION FEE	This event is free and open to the public.
NOTE  Speakers include: 
Frederick Hess, Ed.M.’90, resident scholar and director of Education Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute 
Jal Mehta, assistant professor of education, HGSE 
Paul Reville, secretary of education, Commonwealth of Massachusetts; and senior lecturer on education, HGSE
Robert Schwartz, C.A.S.’68, Francis Keppel Professor of Practice of Educational Policy and Administration, HGSE
Description coming soon. Please check back for additional information.
Please note: Seating for all Askwith Forums is on a first-come, first-serve basis unless otherwise noted. It is recommended you arrive early in order to obtain a seat as seats cannot be saved.
Want to win a reserved seat for this forum? Become a fan of the Ed School on Facebook (www.facebook.com/harvardeducation) and watch for a posting about this event.
Connect with Us:
Tweeting at an Askwith Forum? Use the #Askwith hashtag.
Attending a Forum? Check in on Foursquare (www.foursquare.com/hgse)
For more information on Askwith Forums, please visit our Frequently Asked Questionspage.


From Geometry to Time and Compositionality:  Movement Representations in the Brain
Wednesday, Jan 30, 2013
4:00 pm
Radcliffe Institute, Sheerr Room, Fay House, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge

Tamar Flash will expand upon a recently developed theory regarding movement representation in the brain, based on a mixture of geometries. She will study the possible relationships between spatial, temporal, and movement representations in the brain and will formulate ideas and models concerning motor compositionally.



Al Gore
February 6, 2013
The Memorial Church, Harvard University, One Harvard Yard, Cambridge

Free and open to the public. 

Click here to register for reminders and updates. Registration is optional and does not guarantee seating. 

Seats are first come-first serve. Doors open at 6:15 PM, early arrival is encouraged. 

Sponsored by the Center for Health and the Global Environment, Harvard School of Public Health


Urban Farming Conference - “Cultivating Lands, Nourishing Communities, Building Businesses”
Saturday, February 9, 2013
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Roxbury Community College Reggie Lewis Center, Boston, MA

Presented by:  City Growers And Urban Farming Institute (UFI)
In partnership with:  MA Department of Agricultural Resources

The annual Massachusetts Urban Farming Conference (UFC) is designed to advance the opportunities and address the barriers involved in cultivating a thriving urban farming sector. The UFC is a forum to share information regarding what is currently happening in Boston and other local urban communities and to map out a vision for urban farming in Massachusetts.

The UFC brings together participants representing all aspects of urban farming including, but not limited to, farmers (including roof top, chicken, bees, etc.), commercial buyers, policy makers, and investors. The UFC conference is being convened to foster best urban farming practices, sustainable networks and business relationships. This will be achieved with following interactive panels and roundtable discussions:

Open Field Farming and Season Extension Techniques
Organic Farming and Its Importance
Lessons from Successful CSA Strategies
Composting: Policy, Practice and Viable Business Enterprise
Roof Top Techniques
Food System Investors Meeting
Urban Farming Thought Leaders: A Panel Discussion
Land: Strategy, Community Control, Zoning and Policy
Viable Enterprises Other Than Fruits and Vegetables
Investing in Workforce Training
Marketing Options

Registration $25. Register at http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4701198411 
Limited Seating. Register Early.
Limited Scholarships are available. 
For Inquiries and Sponsorship Details, Please Contact: Crystal Johnson at Crystal at isesplanning.com, 617-416-4915



Where is the best yogurt on the planet made? Somerville, of course!

Join the Somerville Yogurt Making Cooperative and get a weekly quart of the most thick, creamy, rich and tart yogurt in the world. Membership in the coop costs $2.50 per quart. Members share the responsibility for making yogurt in our kitchen located just outside of Davis Sq. in FirstChurch.  No previous yogurt making experience is necessary.

For more information checkout.


Boiler Rebate
If your boiler is from 1983 or earlier, Mass Save will give a $1,750 to $4,000 rebate to switch it out for a new efficient boiler that uses the same fuel (i.e. if you have oil, you have to continue to use oil) so long as it is installed by July 31, 2012.

Call Mass Save (866 527-7283) to sign up for a home energy assessment or sign-up online at  www.nextsteplivinginc.com/HEET  and HEET will receive a $10 contribution from Next Step Living for every completed assessment.

This is a great way to reduce climate change emissions for the next 20 or so years the boiler lasts, while saving money.


CEA Solar Hot Water Grants
Cambridge, through the Cambridge Energy Alliance initiative, is offering a limited number of grants to residents and businesses for solar hot water systems.  The grants will cover 50% of the remaining out of pocket costs of the system after other incentives, up to $2,000.

Applications will be accepted up to November 19, 2012 and are available on a first come, first serve basis until funding runs out.  The Cambridge grant will complement other incentives including the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center solar thermal grants.  For more information, see


Cambridge Residents: Free Home Thermal Images

Have you ever wanted to learn where your home is leaking heat by having an energy auditor come to your home with a thermal camera?  With that info you then know where to fix your home so it's more comfortable and less expensive to heat.  However, at $200 or so, the cost of such a thermal scan is a big chunk of change.

HEET Cambridge has now partnered with Sagewell, Inc. to offer Cambridge residents free thermal scans.

Sagewell collects the thermal images by driving through Cambridge in a hybrid vehicle equipped with thermal cameras.  They will scan every building in Cambridge (as long as it's not blocked by trees or buildings or on a private way).  Building owners can view thermal images of their property and an analysis online. The information is password protected so that only the building owner can see the results.

Homeowners, condo-owners and landlords can access the thermal images and an accompanying analysis free of charge. Commercial building owners and owners of more than one building will be able to view their images and analysis for a small fee.

The scans will be analyzed in the order they are requested.

Go to Sagewell.com.  Type in your address at the bottom where it says "Find your home or building" and press return.  Then click on "Here" to request the report.

That's it.  When the scans are done in a few weeks, your building will be one of the first to be analyzed. The accompanying report will help you understand why your living room has always been cold and what to do about it.

With knowledge, comes power (or in this case saved power and money, not to mention comfort).


Free solar electricity analysis for MA residents


HEET has partnered with NSTAR and Mass Save participating contractor Next Step Living to deliver no-cost Home Energy Assessments to Cambridge residents.

During the assessment, the energy specialist will:

Install efficient light bulbs (saving up to 7% of your electricity bill)
Install programmable thermostats (saving up to 10% of your heating bill)
Install water efficiency devices (saving up to 10% of your water bill)
Check the combustion safety of your heating and hot water equipment
Evaluate your home’s energy use to create an energy-efficiency roadmap
If you get electricity from NSTAR, National Grid or Western Mass Electric, you already pay for these assessments through a surcharge on your energy bills.  You might as well use the service.

Please sign up at http://nextsteplivinginc.com/heet/?outreach=HEET or call Next Step Living at 866-867-8729.  A Next Step Living Representative will call to schedule your assessment.

HEET will help answer any questions and ensure you get all the services and rebates possible.

(The information collected will only be used to help you get a Home Energy Assessment.  We won’t keep the data or sell it.)

(If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to call HEET’s Jason Taylor at 617 441 0614.)




Sustainable Business Network Local Green Guide

SBN is excited to announce the soft launch of its new Local Green Guide, Massachusetts' premier Green Business Directory!

To view the directory please visit: http://www.localgreenguide.org
To find out how how your business can be listed on the website or for sponsorship opportunities please contact Adritha at adritha at sbnboston.org


Free Monthly Energy Analysis

CarbonSalon is a free service that every month can automatically track your energy use and compare it to your past energy use (while controlling for how cold the weather is). You get a short friendly email that lets you know how you’re doing in your work to save energy.



Boston Food System

"The Boston Food System [listserv] provides a forum to post announcements of events, employment opportunities, internships, programs, lectures, and other activities as well as related articles or other publications of a non-commercial nature covering the area's food system - food, nutrition, farming, education, etc. - that take place or focus on or around Greater Boston (broadly delineated)."

The Boston area is one of the most active nationwide in terms of food system activities - projects, services, and events connected to food, farming, nutrition - and often connected to education, public health, environment, arts, social services and other arenas.   Hundreds of organizations and enterprises cover our area, but what is going on week-to-week is not always well publicized.
Hence, the new Boston Food System listserv, as the place to let everyone know about these activities.  Specifically:
Use of the BFS list will begin soon, once we get a decent base of subscribers.  Clarification of what is appropriate to announce and other posting guidelines will be provided as well.

It's easy to subscribe right now at https://elist.tufts.edu/wws/subscribe/bfs


Artisan Asylum  http://artisansasylum.com/

Sprout & Co:  Community Driven Investigations

Greater Boston Solidarity Economy Mapping Project  http://www.transformationcentral.org/solidarity/mapping/mapping.html
a project by Wellesley College students that invites participation, contact jmatthaei at wellesley.edu


Bostonsmart.com's Guide to Boston  http://www.bostonsmarts.com/BostonGuide/


Links to events at 60 colleges and universities at Hubevents   http://hubevents.blogspot.com

Thanks to

Fred Hapgood's Selected Lectures on Science and Engineering in the Boston Area  http://www.BostonScienceLectures.com

Boston Area Computer User Groups  http://www.bugc.org/

Arts and Cultural Events List  http://aacel.blogspot.com/

Cambridge Civic Journal  http://www.rwinters.com












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