Archive for the ‘talks’ Category

Geekcamp 3

19May10

A very speedy post as I’m off to Spain later and I really should be looking for my passport. But if you’re in London tonight and looking for a fun networky event for people interested in books, literature and techy stuff, Geekcamp‘s your place. I can’t make it (unless my passport doesn’t surface),  but I […]


Geekcamp

01Feb10

I went to Geekcamp this week, where they get a stack of digital types together to discuss projects. The theme of this one was getting people to read more (it was hosted by the Reading Agency in Farringdon), and generally it was a hell of a positive experience. I love the whole brainstorming process anyway, […]


I went to a very interesting talk last night by Kevin Slavin, the co-founder of New York games company area/code. The theme was ‘Playing the City’ and he was talking about how games can create and enhance social systems. In particular he was celebrating how games are returning to their social function after a few […]