Welcome to Horsham Skeptics.

Dates of events vary, but are usually held monthly, the new venue for Horsham Skeptics in the Pub is the Anchor Hotel, 3 Market Square Horsham. 

SitP Horsham is here to provide the people of Horsham and beyond with experts who like to talk about a huge variety of subjects, including science, the paranormal, journalism, history, gender issues, religion, astronomy, linguistics, hypnosis, maths, climate change - any subject really. Afterwards we ask questions, hear the answers and meet other people who like to do the same.

(We suggest a minimum donation of £3 from audience members to cover speaker expenses). 

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The Future of Democracy and the IT Revolution

James Smith

When?
Monday, May 22 2017 at 8:00PM

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Where?

3 Market Square
Horsham
RH12 1EU

01403 250640

http://www.taylor-walker.co.uk/pub/anchor-hotel-horsham/p0942/

Who?
James Smith

What's the talk about?

The election is coming! Horsham Skeptics are having their own event. Candidate James Smith is to give a talk on 'The Future of Democracy' with particular reference to the IT revolution and his own party Something New. There will be a general forum to discuss the issues of the day however hard your Brexit is! Venue: The Anchor Hotel (mezzanine) Horsham Date: Monday 22nd May Time 8.00pm 

 

About the speaker: 

James Smith is variously a software engineer, father of two, and technology activist. He’s been involved in Open Source software for many years, and always tries to work on projects that make the world a better place. He works at the Open Data Institute in London, founded the Cleanweb UK meetup group, and runs Something New, a startup political party. He admits he’s not very good at picking small, well-defined problems to attack.