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meet16082008

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This is a previous meetup, the next meetup is here.

 

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Our first meetup (woo!) will be Saturday August 16th at 11am, we'll be meeting upstairs at the Quadrant on Queens Road (at the Clock Tower, map)

 

The meet is free to attend, if we get enough donations (via paypal) or micro-sponsorships then the coffee and juice is free too. Donations are welcome from all, if you got something of value out of the morning we'd really appreciate even something small. This not only goes towards the coffee, but also future meets and potentially extra activites! Suggestions welcome :)

 

Who should come?

If you're interested in the future of media, how we organise, share, produce and enjoy it, then come along. If you're an artist, film maker, geek, musician, designer, writer, photographer, or anything close or related, then come along. If you want to meet like minds, come along.

 

Coworking

There's free wifi access and loads of space, if you want to bring your laptop and get on with some work you probably won't be the only one..

 

Who organises the meet?

That would be me, Josh Russell. I'll be there every week, probably surrounded by gadgets, come say hi! Lloyd Davis organises the London event, that's every Friday morning.

 

Coming this week... Tip: say something about yourself :)

(add yourself by editing the page. login: tuttle@oosh.com, password: tuttle)

 

  1. Josh Russell, Twitter | Blog - geek and organiser of the Brighton Tuttle
  2. Mecca Ibrahim, MOO | Tumblr - Product Marketing Manager, Online Community person & blogger
  3. Ben Sauer, - Redbeard - Experience Architect
  4. Tom Nixon, NixonMcInnes | Twitter
  5. Tarek Abu-Esber - Blog / Twitter
  6. Cennydd Bowles, UX Designer @ Clearleft / Blog / Twitter
  7. Peter Kenny, writer. Website.
  8. Ruth Harper, Culture24 | Twitter
  9. Billy Rodgers, Twitter
  10. Anna Carlson, Twitter ¦ NixonMcInnes
  11. Andy Budd, Clearleft
  12. Ian Ozsvald
  13. Emma Wallace - Twitter | social8 | WhuffieClub
  14. Curtis James, Twitter | Blog - Co-Founder of Audemos and Noisy Matchbox, host of likemind
  15. Maxwell James, Blog
  16. John V Wikllshire, Head of Innovation, PHD - blog / linkedin
  17. James Whatley, Social Media Strategy, SpinVox Blog / Twitter / SpinVox
  18. David Rosam - SEO Copywriter and Online Strategist - Twitter / Twitter / Blog / Blog / Web Positioning Centre
  19. Al StevensFluke - Web designer and nerd.
  20. David Cresswell - Designer - Fluke
  21. Nick Taylor - Web Dev, Writer, 11v11 DBA, Random Bloke Twitter / Blog
  22. Mark Kirby - Ribot
  23. Robert Douglas, Rightmove / Twitter
  24. Taline Haytayan, Knowledge Sharing Advisor, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Twitter/ Blog
  25. Rebecca Cottrell - Blog / Twitter
  26. Pete Barr-Watson
  27. Oz IbrahimFluke - Full-time Web designer, Part-time dude.
  28. Dan Lane - Mobile Geek, Entrepreneur & Blogger - http://invalid.name - http://www.mobileindustryreview.com
  29. Rosie Sherry - Community Architect - The Werks - Project Brighton - WhuffieClub - Twitter
  30. Pedro Figueiredo, geek / amateur photographer blog/photos
  31. Raul Penaranda
  32. Annie Mole  - London Underground BloggerBlog / Twitter / Flickr
  33. Paul Silver - Farm organiser / Twitter / Web Positioning Centre
  34. Catherine Pryce Twitter and Pure and beatmag
  35. Duncan Birch Twitter and Pure and Linkedin
  36. Edd Parris - NixonMcInnes
  37. Julia Chanteray - The Joy of Business - Twitter
  38. David Stone, Twitter | Blog, Co-Founder of Pistach.io
  39. Gareth Rodger - Twitter / LinkedIn
  40. .

 

(add yourself by editing the page. login: tuttle@oosh.com, password: tuttle)

 

Talking points this week:

(has something interesting come up this week that would be a good topic of conversation? add it here..)

 

  1. managing, archiving and protecting our online content on sites such as youtube, twitter, flickr, etc.. blogged by Emma here - added by Josh
  2. the rights of those appearing in photos or other media without their knowledge or permission - added by Josh
  3. self organised coworking spaces, can we build a model that others can use adhoc with random venues - added by Josh
  4. sharing tips, experiences, challenges around using social media tools in the development context - added by Taline
  5. context collapse, participant observation, anonymity, connection without constraints - added by Raul
  6. ..

 

You don't have to go home..

.. and actually you don't have to leave the Quadrant either. We'll no doubt be there til the evening, but just in case we do leave, what shall we do next?

 

  1. Lunch/dinner - if there are a bunch of us we should book somewhere maybe?
  2. Photowalk - walking in a group taking photos
  3. Other gathering to join? - there are geeks and the like everywhere, or one of these groups might be meeting up
  4. ..

 

Unable to make it this week... if you can't make it, say hi anyway!

(add yourself by editing the page. login: tuttle@oosh.com, password: tuttle)

 

  1. Antony Ribot, Twitter | Blog - Co-founder and CEO of Ribot
  2. Jonathan Markwell, Twitter | Blog - Co-founder of Inuda and HowSociable, host of OpenCoffeeSussex
  3. Matt Hanson, Twitter | Blog - Creator, A Swarm of Angels, open content evangelist
  4. Louise Ashwell, NixonMcInnes | Twitter
  5. Jim Callender, Callender Creates | Twitter
  6. Mary Nolan - Director of Operations - JuiceCaster Europe -  Twitter | JuiceCaster
  7. matt weston linkedin twitter
  8. Rob Day - Liquid Light - twitter
  9. Nik Fletcher - Realmac Software | Twitter | Tumblog
  10. ...

 

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