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ReadWriteRocking Boston: Come Meet Us in Cambridge Nov. 15

The ReadWriteWeb Global Meetup is coming next week and we have a bunch of great locations lined up for our readers to congregate and talk tech, social media and the evolution of the Web. The Boston contingent of ReadWriteWeb is ready to rock with a fine group of people coming from all over the field of technology, from startups and entrepreneurs to students to some of the finest public relations folks in the industry.

We will be meeting at Meadhall, in the shadow of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology right across the Charles River from Boston in Cambridge next Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m. We are trying to make the ReadWriteWeb Boston meetup the biggest of them all, so come on out and say hello. Libations are sure to flow.

Meadhall is located down the street from the MIT Media Lab and is a quick hop over on the Red Line from the Kendall Square T. Great location if you are coming from Boston, MIT, Harvard or any of the surrounding areas. The address is: 4 Cambridge Center Cambridge MA 02142.

We have the upstairs of Meadhall reserved and it will be cash bar with a bartender and a couple of servers wandering around to take our orders. Meadhall is known for its great beer selection and good eats so make sure to stop by for a fine brewed delicacy and informed discussion on the future of technology.

I and our other East Coast ReadWriteWeb denizen, John Paul Titlow, will be in attendace. John is making the trip up for Philly, so do not make his efforts go to waste. If you are coming or want to take part in any of the festivities, use the Twitter hashtag #RWWMeetup. Hope to see you there.

If you are not in Boston, there are a bunch of other great place holding RWW Meetups next Tuesday. Check out the map below.

You can sign up at the official RWW Meetup page or, since I know all of you Boston folks like it so much, the Eventbrite page as well. No need to print the ticket, just come on out and say hello. Bring a friend. See you next week.

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