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What would you like to see next time

Page history last edited by technicalfault 14 years, 10 months ago

Please feel free to add you thoughts and ideas to this page as to what you would like to see in upcoming events in the following format (makes it easier to track):


Date: 11th November 2008

Name: Paul Fabretti

Link: http://blendingthemix.com

Idea/recommedation: Would be nice if Paul could actually attend one of these events ;-)


12th November 2008

Julian Tait

Would like to see work by social media artists


Date: 19thMay 2009

Name: Mike Blackburn

Link: http://www.i-com.net/blog/smcmcr-student-media-cafe-manchester-197/

Idea/recommedation: Some feedback on the last session and perhaps some ideas for the future


          Josh: well there are going to be lots of SEOs at this next event (7/7/09) so why not?


Date: June 18th '09

I would like to discuss potential smartcard interoperability throughout Greater Manchester to create regional competitive advantage mikeriddell62@gmail.com


          Josh: pretty interesting - would be interested in learning more, but not quite clear on the 'social media' aspect of this. I, for one, miss the London Oyster           card system that makes travel so straightforward!


Date: soon

Given the number of SEOs who have decided to attend suddenly, perhaps a session for them? How to use social media to spam the world as suggested by @justhipper.

Comments (7)

andrew wilson said

at 1:02 pm on Nov 17, 2008

"Would like to see work by social media artists"

this i can do by the sack full, though we tend to shy away from being "artists", and build routes to allow other people to tell their own stories [true stories and made up stories]

poems [2001]:

lo-fi "collaborative annotation of public space" [2003]:

picture message diaries [2004]:

monsters [2007]:

sprites [2008]:

Mark Hanson said

at 1:57 pm on Nov 17, 2008

Hi all

I wondered if anyone would have an interest in Politics 2.0 as a concept? I work with the Labour Party in national and local campaigns in the new media sphere. I am quite passionate about taking politics back to the people by forcing politicians to engage in two-way dialogue, using real language as opposed to soundbites or policy-speak.

I am working with Lucy Powell, the Labour candidate for Manchester Withington. She's born and bred in Didsbury and is very bright. She's also surprisingly normal!

She's up for the idea of engaging on the web properly. Regardless of whether you're a Labour voter.....or even a voter... I'd guess you care about what happens in your street, area, city or country. Are you interested in exploring what politicians in general and Lucy in particular can do on the web and/or getting her along to the social media cafe to grill her on any issue, including whether politicians really care about people?

technicalfault said

at 12:54 pm on Feb 4, 2009

Liking the Politics 2.0...

technicalfault said

at 4:22 pm on May 8, 2009

I also want to see Tim Difford dancing./

tykemike said

at 11:15 am on May 19, 2009

Some feedback on the last event and perhaps some ideas for the future http://www.i-com.net/blog/smcmcr-student-media-cafe-manchester-197/

technicalfault said

at 4:09 pm on Jun 22, 2009

Go on, i-com, link in everywhere!

Kate Butler said

at 6:39 pm on Jun 22, 2009

Wasn't there plenty of feedback on Mindy's blog? Not sure it'd be too interesting to rake over things again. Having said that, I'm not actually able to go to the next smc_mcr!

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