Adafruit’s Limor Fried Will Hang Out with Obama Thursday on Google+

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Adafruit’s Limor Fried Will Hang Out with Obama Thursday on Google+

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Adafruit Industries’ Limor Fried has been selected to join President Obama this Thursday for a “fireside hangout” at 1:50pm PST/4:50pm EST. During the live event on Google+ Limor and the President will discuss manufacturing and education. You can play a role, too. Submit your questions to youtube.com/whitehouse and Obama will answer the questions voted to the top.

If you want to watch, RSVP for a reminder to tune in on Thursday right here: http://goo.gl/7pxfM.

Go, Ladyada!

14 thoughts on “Adafruit’s Limor Fried Will Hang Out with Obama Thursday on Google+

  1. fizzatbeyond says:

    I’m not sure, but I think your time is off since 1:50 PST would be 4:50 EST (not 4:40)

  2. Andy in Tucson says:

    Please, hire a copy editor.

    In the headline, “hangout” should be two words, and it should read, “Adafruit’s Limor Fried Will Hang Out with Obama Thursday on Google+.”

    A “hangout” is a place where one hangs out.

    Thank you.

    1. Stett Holbrook says:

      I chose “hangout” to play off “hangout on air” but to avoid confusion and peeved grammarians I changed it to “hang out.” Thanks.

  3. Goli Mohammadi says:

    Yes! A rockin woman in tech chatting with the President! Can’t wait to check this out. High five, Limor!

  4. Gerald Stevens (@oldmanfury) says:

    I think they should begin their discussion with the wave bubble… now THAT would be an interesting conversation…

  5. Alan Parekh says:

    Way to go Limore!

  6. RB says:

    Not sure id be that proud about meeting a killer…But hey, its still an achievement for her personal career…, so i guess fair play !!

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Stett Holbrook is editor of the Bohemian, an alternative weekly in Santa Rosa, California. He is a former senior editor at Maker Media.

He is also the co-creator of Food Forward, a documentary TV series for PBS about the innovators and pioneers changing our food system.

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