Had a great evening in Brighton delivering my Digital Shorts presentation on future trends, epiphenomenology and ‘magic’…
The event was not without incident, but it was without projector and screen, meaning that I gave the presentation on a blackboard rustled up from the cafe downstairs.
Shows that ‘making do’ is the post-Web2.0 mantra 😉
Write-up on my blog.
I had a really great evening in Manchester last week, presenting the Digital Shorts evening.
The evening was further notable since it was the first time I’ve had a live ‘twittering’ of a presentation (more details on my blog posting).
In the meantime here’s the slide deck, along with a reminder that I’ll be giving this presentation in Brighton on Wednesday 11 February.
On Thursday evening I spoke at the inaugural meeting of the eConsultancy ‘alumni’ network. This network is for people who’ve studied on the eConsultancy Masters programmes, or the Graduate Academy. I’ve been pleased to work with both of these groups and so it was a pleasure to see some familiar faces in the crowd (although it meant that I couldn’t reuse material!).
Fortunately, I had some up-to-the-minute results on Christmas trading and trends, as well as the first outing of work I’m doing on data and epiphonomena. I’ll be giving these a further outing in the coming weeks in Manchester and Brighton.
In the meantime, slides from the evening are on my Slideshare account, or below: