Posts Tagged london
It’s been a long time since I updated this: I could offer lots of excuses, but I think it boils down to “the EngD”. Poor, I know!
This is a really quick one: I’m very pleased to be co-organising Web Art and Science camp, an unconference in London on 6th November. It’s intended to be an introduction to the web science and hypertext communities, and… actually, I’ll quote from the webpage:
“Join us on 6th November for a day of ideas, fun, and creativity with Hypertext and the Web! We’re meeting in advance of Hypertext ’11 and WebSci ’11 to make cool things together, show off our work, get feedback on our ideas, and find research collaborators. You don’t have to be a researcher to come. We’re not just computer scientists. We encourage and publish work by poets, professionals, startup warriors, and academics in the humanities and political/social sciences. We’re one of the only academic conferences to publish research in non-linear formats.”
I think that summarises it well See you there?