Archive for June, 2008

See me at Web 2.0 Strategies 2008 this Thursday

Clearly there was either a case of mistaken identity, or perhaps someone pulled out at short notice…

Anyway, I will be appearing at the Web2.0 Strategies conference this Thursday in Covent Garden on a panel entitled ‘Innovators under the spotlight’. We apparently will be debating how we have /are pioneering web 2.0 developments in our
organisations (- my work colleagues think this is hysterical, lets hope they don’t grass me up and burst my bubble…. ;-).

Anyway, if you’re coming, please do say hello. It looks like a good line up. Not a big fan of speaking in public so please be gentle with me.

Equally, if you have any ideas what I should talk about, please leave a comment here. I’m thinking vaguely something about cross-government social media evangelism and community organising, whatever that is 🙂

Hope to see you there (if you’re a public sector person thinking or attending, there’s a special rate on the price).

Teacamp this afternoon

Teacamp, aka UKGovWeb afternoon tea, is on this afternoon. I haven’t promoted it here for a while, but just in case you weren’t aware of it I’m letting you know.

Teacamp is simply an informal opportunity for people who work in and around government online to sit down, have a cuppa, and chew the fat.

We meet at CafeZest, in House of Frazer on Victoria Street from 2pm to 4pm.

If you’re in the area and have half an hour to spare, come along. We’d love to meet you.