My final day round up before I walk the streets until it is time for my flight 🙂 Final session count: 22 See the full list here. It ended up being a real mix of government, civic tech, entertainment and a little bit random. The biggest disappointment was Harry Knowles - I’ve loved Ain’t It … Continue reading SXSW Finito
It is Sunday morning. I’ve been here since Wednesday evening so here is my half-time report. Sessions attended: 10 I’ve been to talks by Al Gore, Tim Ferris, Harry Knowles, Biz Stone and Robert Kirkman as well as smaller talks about Wikipedia vs PR, how politicians on the world stage use Twitter, the US State … Continue reading SXSW – the story so far.
I have no idea if there is any point to this as I’ve never been to SXSW and to be honest it all sounds pretty intimidating. I have no clue how long it takes to get from one venue to another or just how many sessions it is sensible to try and take in on … Continue reading My SXSW Schedule [Beta]
There are not many things that could get me up and standing on a bus stop at 06.20 on a Saturday morning but Govcamp is one of them. So I found myself sleep deprived in London before 10 on a chilly January morning and with no particular agenda or desire to speak on any topic … Continue reading Getting my Govcamp on..
I don't know why I do it. I don't have the time and god knows I don't have the energy. I have a fulfilling, if difficult, job and a pretty soul sucking commute. I have friends, a sizeable comic book addiction and an awful lot of US TV to watch. ..and yet. Time after time … Continue reading The tyranny of the side project