New Tech Toys for the Holidays

What are today’s top tech toys? You don’t want to miss local celebrity Nick Francesco (SoundBytes, AskNick) as he shares his thoughts on the new tech toys available for the holidays.

Join us for the STC Rochester Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST) to find some amazing tech toys that make great gifts, play some games, and catch up with colleagues.

New Tech Toys for the Holidays

What a perfect time to have someone in the know weigh in on the multitude of amazing tech toys that make great gifts. Mr. Francesco will give you an overview of the tablets and laptops, pros and cons, features, functionality, and prices; all the information people need for gift ideas.

Quiddler – The Short Word Game

Imagine scrabble with cards but the game goes much faster! Players are dealt cards with letters and have to create words out of the letters. The winner takes home a new Quiddler game. Play is entirely optional, but it is a lot of fun for us word lovers.

Check it out at Amazon

Optional Gift Exchange

Max value of $10. Bring a wrapped gift for exchange with friends and colleagues. Please, no gag gifts.

Presenter: Nick Francesco

Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)

Venue: Towpath Café, 6 North Main Street, Fairport, NY 14450
585.377.0410
www.towpathcafe.com

For information on tickets, registration, and map, please visit Eventbrite at  http://stcrochester2012holidayprogram.eventbrite.com/#.

RSVP: Reservations are appreciated by noon December 4th (Tuesday). After that, please contact Programs chair, Jackie Paterson at programs@stc-rochester.org.

Meet the Presenter

Nick Francesco

Nick Francesco is the host of the weekly radio show Sound Bytes, he is an Adjunct Professor at RIT in the Saunders College of Business, he maintains a security web site called The Security Tango, writes a weekly column in the Business section of the Sunday Democrat & Chronicle, contributes to YNN On Demand on Time Warner cable, and writes a monthly column in Computer Link magazine.

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