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Trinity Hall offers the option for guests to use Tabbed Out. Nice app that interfaces with the house's PoS
-open your tab and close your tab from your phone. I've been using for a year and it's quite handy.
Come out to Trinity Hall to celebrate Slashdot's 15th Anniversary.
Once the number of guests is estimated, we'll determine where in the pub to meet.
Trinity Hall has plenty of parking, is on the DART rail and is centrally located in Dallas -it's across from Angelika Theatre.
Plus there's beer...
samzenpus from the less-math-more-social-science dept.
artemis67 writes "A man studying in London has taken a mathematical equation that predicts the possibility of alien life in the universe to explain why he can't find a girlfriend. Peter Backus, a native of Seattle and PhD candidate and Teaching Fellow in the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick, near London, in his paper, 'Why I don't have a girlfriend: An application of the Drake Equation to love in the UK,' used math to estimate the number of potential girlfriends in the UK. In describing the paper on the university Web site he wrote 'the results are not encouraging. The probability of finding love in the UK is only about 100 times better than the probability of finding intelligent life in our galaxy.'"