– THE ATLANTA CHRISTIAN GAMING & ANIME GUILD Web: Facebook Group [Closed Membership] Details: Active faith-based anime fanclub and gaming group meets on the first Friday of every month around the Atlanta area. [Contributed by “videomaster21XX” via AWA-CON.com] – UGANIME – University of Georgia Anime Fan Club Web: ======================= ======================= – ATLANTA’S LADY LITWITS Web: – BOOKS, BANDS AND BEER Web: – THE BUCKHEAD FANTASY FICTION BOOK CLUB Web: Details: Buckhead, GA area book club for fans of fantasy and science fiction. – WOMEN’S BROOKHAVEN/BUCKHEAD BOOK CLUB Web: ====================== ====================== – THE ATLANTA COMIC BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP Web: – ATLANTA COMICS Web: https:// Details: “A medium for comic book graphic artists and comic writers in the Atlanta and middle Georgia area to network, connect with and collaborate on projects.” – BLAM!
– BUFORD BOOK CLUB Web: – MAG (METRO ATLANTA GEEKS) BOOK CLUB Web: Facebook Group Group Group Details: Subgroup of Metro Atlanta Geeks meeting monthly to discuss the group’s book of the month selected title. ATLANTA FEMALE COMIC BOOK CREATORS’ GROUP Web: Female Comic Creators/ Details: For females only. (INDUSTRY OF ANIME PROFESSIONALS) ATLANTA BRANCH Web: – PEACHTREE CITY COMIC BOOK GROUP Web: ======================= ======================= – ATLANTA AREA COSPLAYERS Web: https:// – ATLANTA-AREA COSTUMING EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENTS Web: https:// – ATLANTA FURRY MEETUP Web: Furry Meetup/ – ATLANTA PIRATES AND WENCHES GUILD Web: – ATLANTA WORLD OF DARKNESS LARP GROUP Web: – COSPLAY ATLANTA Web: Meetup.com, Facebook; Twitter – DRAGON*CON COSPLAYERS Web: https:// – DRAGON*CON COSTUMES CLUB Web: https:// – THE HARVEY DENT DATING SHOW Web: https:// Harvey Dent Dating Show Details: Atlanta-based group cosplay that hosts live local events.
Fine, blame Facebook.) It’s one reason why concentrated use of social media can paradoxically make people feel more alienated and alone.
But one has to wonder if another social networking app is really the proper remedy here.
In other words, no more relying on happenstance introductions or ruing potentially missed connections.Each profile page will have a large photo of the user, but instead of just seeing their face and their location when swiping around people’s pages, it will also displays information about your skills, education, location, and whatever interests you list. And like Tinder, the new app will only allow people to communicate with you if you approve the connection; it will focus, in part, on connecting people who are near you.The idea for Ripple, according to Ogle, came from a realization during his time at Tinder that he and his other co-workers never actually met the people working at a startup that was in the neighboring office in their building, even though they’d been stationed next to each other for about a year and a half.Ripple is going to look a lot like Tinder, where prospective connections can swipe left or right on other users to decide if they want to connect.Tinder learned that people like the gamification of swiping, which is why Ripple is keeping that component, says Ogle.