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Sponsors this week

join us as a sponsor..

For the next meet up check the upcoming page for Tuttle Brighton

 

The meet is free to attend, if we get enough donations (via paypal) or micro-sponsorships. 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 if you want to bring your laptop and get on with some work you probably won't be the only one.. This is highly encouraged, we're co-working in disguise :)

 

Donations

We rely on sponsors and donations to keep the event going, if you had a great time and felt it was a useful day then we'd really appreciate whatever you feel is right to give - make a donation.

 

Who organises the meet?

The meets are now jointly run by Josh Russell and Steve Purkiss. At least one of us will 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 :)

Login here (use or create a PBWiki account)

 

  1. Josh Russell, blog | bio | twitter - tuttle organiser, and geek of many things. currently working on WiMax infrastructure, and a stealthy web app, and micro-consulting webby things
  2. Steve Purkiss, blog | bio | twitter - drupal developer, open source advocate, serial networker
  3. Tom Coady
  4. Toby Watson, - compiler hacker, coffee monkey and cereal killer.
  5. Jo Summers & Ollie Glass - Interested, may not make it, but will try :-)
  6. Gareth Rodger - blog | twitter
  7. Laura Kidd - musician, videographer, photographer and general geek, blog | twitter | main website - can I bring Benji?
  8. Graham Lally - web | twitter
  9. Sarah Booker - twitter | twitter newspaper digital content editor and social media fan.

 

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Talking points this week:

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

 

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You don't have to go home..

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

 

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

 

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Tagging

Tag your vidoes, photos, links or blog posts (or anything else!) relating to this meet with: tuttleBrighton

 

 

Comments (1)

Josh Russell said

at 4:45 pm on Mar 11, 2009

dude, if you want to fill that role i suggest you come along to an event or post that advert somewhere appropriate. that is, somewhere that invites job adverts. i've removed this. sorry.

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