Speaking at ScotWeb2

Alex Stobart at the Scottish Executive Government is putting together ‘an informal, bar camp style event allowing participants to listen, network and share experiences with those who have designed and are managing Web 2 services’: and he’s seen fit to invite me up to speak at it.
ScotWeb2 is a one-day event being held at Edinburgh University’s Holyrood Campus, with backing from BT, on Friday 31 October – long weekend, anyone? It’s already a cracking line-up, with Ross Ferguson (ex Hansard Society, now at Glasgow’s Dog Digital); James Munro from Patient Opinion; Iain Henderson of the intriguing Mydex; and Stewart Kirkpatrick, ex editor of Scotsman.com, now running w00tonomy – ‘Scotland’s first, only and leading content marketing agency’. Oh yeah, and me. Gee, that’s a lot to pack into a single day, never mind a Friday. (And more is promised.)
There’s more information at Eventbrite, with the ability to claim your (free) ticket; there will be a website at scotweb2.com, but it’s not really ready yet.

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