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Reinventing The Conference

Thinking Digital 2012

Thinking Digital does the conference model really well. It’s a humane accessible version of TED. Small enough to be friendly, big enough to attract the innovators looking for and sharing new ideas. The Do Lectures do something amazing between a campfire chat and an intimate mini festival. It’s still the most amazing ticketed event I’ve […]

Technology's tipping point

This post originally appears on the Open University’s website ‘Platform’ linked here I didn’t just go to SXSW for the free cocktails, late night parties, and spontaneous meet ups.   No, I had work to do and a part of that was my own research. Simply put, I was really interested to know if anyone had any idea as […]

2008 a journey with friends

The Documentally podcast in it’s iTunes form started in 2006, i started video blogging and using twitter in 2007 but it was 2008 that felt like social media really took off for me. Maybe because I felt like I was no longer just a photographer. My ability to take photos and document things was now […]

Episode 43 – There And Back Again

The first half of this podcast was recorded in the company of Philip Campbell in March 2008 on a flight to Newark airport before going on to SXSW in Austin Texas. The second half was recorded on the flight back to London. We talk about hacking, podcamp uk, Seesmic, Qik, Blip TV, Pulver TV, social […]

Social Media Connections

I’d love to have taken the time to have written my thanks to Bill Cammack regarding his job as editor on the recent UNHCR Podcast I have been working on but now I have seen his blogging skills in full swing.. I am glad i stuck with a brief video and didn’t embarrass myself. [Seesmic […]