Johnnie Moore

Good for nothing

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

goodfor.jpgMy friends at Pipeline are doing a little barnraising on December 4th in the form of an event called Good for Nothing. A group of geeks tinkerers and ideas people get together for a day to play together and see if they can create useful things for some good causes.

A nice change from portentous talkfests which is the gist of Neil Perkin’s take on the idea. And a nice way to spend a December Saturday away from Christmas shopping. Hope to see you there.

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