Tomorrow is Oxford Geek Night 31 and you should be there. As I recently mentioned on the oxford-geek-nights mailing list (and why aren't you on that mailing list? and why aren't you following the @oxfordgeeks Twitter account?) we've had a recent speaker switcheroo; but that's good, because we've managed to fit in another microslot, and a very timely one at that, about an upcoming academic conference that's looking for paper submissions.
I've given up these days on repeatedly and enthusiastically exhorting my website visitors to come along to Oxford Geek Nights: that's what the mailing list is for. After all, most people who read these blogposts are aware that, even though I have to go through the process of organizing them (always a bit like watching laws or sausages being made) I still think they're objectively well worth attending: arguably the best tech night out you can have in the county, if not in the counties beyond. And all that comes down to having such brilliant speakers: the invited keynotes, you expect to be quality; but definitely the local volunteer microslot talks are a heck of a cut above a lot of other events.
So, come along tomorrow, if you like; you'd be a fool not to, but that's your own business.