I'm sure KAC is a perfectly nice person, but her advice on nightspots for meeting new people reads like my personal anti-manifesto. To be fair, I suppose I am pretty bad at making new acquaintances when I'm out for the evening.
But that doesn't change how much the Front Page sucks. Between the crowd and the taco bar, it provides more ways to catch hepatitis than any other venue in the city.
However, there is one good piece of advice buried in the entry:
Into java? Meet someone online, and then go on a coffee date, compliments of Yahoo! personals and Starbucks.
Suggested icebreakers: was Sun's decision to open-source the language too little, too late? Is there a compelling reason not to switch to C#? How big does your web app really have to be to justify the hassle of JSP development?
(By the way, Kelly, the J's supposed to be capitalized.)