Events in the Bay Area – May 2 and May 3

I’ve got a whirlwind tour of book events set up in the Bay Area for May 2nd and May 3rd. All of these events are open to the public, but you do need to RSVP for some of them.

May 2

Noon: Speaking in San Francisco to the San Fran chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The subject: Electricity, infrastructure, and the future of energy.

6:00 pm: I’ll be giving the same presentation in Berkeley to the Berkeley Science Review.

May 3

Noon: Speaking in Berkeley at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on the “6 Things Scientists Can Learn from Science Journalists”.  Building 90, room 3122.

7:00 pm: Speaking in El Cerrito at Barnes and Noble. I’ll be talking about Before the Lights Go Out, and about why I think online comment sections were a key part of helping me write a better book.