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Fancy speaking

Page history last edited by manoj ranaweera 14 years, 3 months ago

Would you like to speak at a Social Media Cafe Manchester event?

 

It's an opportunity to share knowledge and experience amongst the group. So if you fancy it, put your below for consideration into forthcoming events.

 

NAME - TOPIC - CONTACT DETAILS

 

Manoj Ranaweera - Leveraging a forgotten asset: your documents - knowledge share as well as tangible sales lead generation Twitter

Ben Light - Various bits on offer - Ethical Considerations, Identity Work, Network/Media Convergence, Non-mainstream sites - Email  Twitter web/blog

Julian Tait - Geolocative social media - email

Dan Donald - Social objects, relationship modelling - email | past presentations

Tim Difford - The application of Social Media Tools in an Agile project environment: Twitter, Email, Blog

John Sutton - Beginning bloggers: how primary age school children are adopting social media Twitter, email, blog One small point, can't talk on 14th Jan as this is the Bett show at Olympia and anybody with anything to do with ICT in schools will be there.

Richard Shaw - Using social media for market research, innovation and brand adovacy

Julie Delvaux - Photography and Cinema meet Social Media - email | Notebooks | Twitter | Portfolio&CV

Dave Mee - Invisible Communities - done! how the net has redefined who we are ~dave | twitter

Caleb Storkey - Social Media and business growth- reducing friction between businesses and user base.

Louise Bolotin - Harnessing the power of Twitter for A Good Cause (will do this for April once Red Nose Day is over & we had a chance to assess how well we did)

Drew Hemment - Running a digital festival: a living lab for future culture

Dave Mee - The Merznet: Kurt Schwitters and the inverted web @davemee (hashtag #merznet)

Simon Jermy - Using social tools to help people explore their sense of adventure @shellshocked email website

Gez Daring - How to get your organisation to "buy in" to social media. @gezd Web agency

Charlie Mydlarz - Generating a mass participation soundscape map for research - c.mydlarz@salford.ac.uk - http://www.soundaroundyou.com

Manoj Ranaweera - Is developing a tech entrepreneurship culture that produce social media tools of any importance to Manchester Twitter

 

Comments (10)

timdifford said

at 1:42 pm on Nov 13, 2008

I'd be happy to speak on how Social Media tools and techniques can be applied in a project management environment, especially when development teams are spread across multiple geographies. Agile project development methods usually rely on lots of face-to-face contact for team members... when people are spread across different locations, this can break down and cause projects to fail... Social Media is the key to unlocking truly successful project delivery for all sorts of distributed organisations.

Tim Difford
www.onegreenerday.com
Twitter: timdifford
tim@difford.com

Support said

at 2:47 pm on Nov 13, 2008

I'm happy to chart about wikis - have helped gestate one for Chester (the city) and one for a professional association I belong to.

David said

at 6:50 pm on Nov 15, 2008

I'd be pleased to talk about how we are using / can use social media in adult learning

Matt Tuckey said

at 10:37 pm on Nov 24, 2008

Id like to talk about making writing stand out and how to use technology to improve writing skills. This should bring more people to the writer's blog. I am an amateur but it's what I've been investigating for the last few months.

John Sutton said

at 1:03 pm on Dec 17, 2008

Bloggers are becoming younger and younger, I work with about 20 different primary schools on blogging projects. I'm happy to talk about the experience and how schools are using the medium to provide purpose and audience to young writers.

Sam said

at 10:57 am on Jan 12, 2009

I've stuck a session in the grid for talking Mashups, APIs and stuff - just to give us a dirty technical session really.... Will try to drum up some people to bring stuff with them as well as a few ideas of my own.

Julie Delvaux said

at 4:28 pm on Jan 18, 2009

I might have a problem making it on 3rd of Feb. However, you are very welcome to browse my writing on <a href="http://www.loscuadernosdejulia.com/search/label/Photography">Photography</a> and <a href="http://loscuadernosdejulia.blogspot.com/search/label/Cinema">Cinema</a>, as well as articles about <a href="http://www.avidadollars.com/flickr/">Flickr</a> and <a href="http://www.avidadollars.com/social-museums/">visitor photography in the museums</a>. Any questions, ideas, and further suggestions are very welcome :-)

Julie Delvaux said

at 4:30 pm on Jan 18, 2009

Apologies... now I know that I cannot insert HTML into Wiki comments. Still, a good example of my HTML skills, ha-ha!

manoj ranaweera said

at 9:05 pm on Feb 2, 2009

Hi, let me know if you would like me to drop in one day and speak about how you could turn any document in to a marketing gem. I call this "unleashing the power of documents", especially business documents. As you know, http://www.edocr.com is the only such provider in the UK and we plan to introduce paid value added services in Q2 09. There are significant opportunities for social media experts to tap into what we have to offer for generating additional revenues. Feel free to contact me at +44 7769734491 or on manoj [at] ranaweera.name

manoj ranaweera said

at 9:06 pm on Feb 2, 2009

By the way, if you fancy accessing excellent write ups of Brian Solis in one location, do visit http://www.edocr.com/user/1711/docs

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