Archive for the 'unconference' Category

All up in G20′s grill…

Monday, June 21st, 2010

It has been a ridiculously busy last bit, but I thought I’d try to get a few things down. My research on social justice activists’ experience of and response to cybersurveillance in the lead up to the G20 is proceeding apace – I’m slowly gathering the stories of folks who’ve been followed and intimidated by […]

VanBarCamp 2008

Sunday, September 28th, 2008

Just arrived at BarCamp – taking place on Granville Island instead of Workspace for the first time. I cycled along the seawall and it was lovely – cool and fishy and seaweedy smelling. I popped in late to Joe Bowser’s session, on the new Vancouver Hacker Space. This is a really exciting project and I’m […]

Moosecamp: Blogging and the Unconference

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

Here I am at Northern Voice, the always-sold-out Canadian blogging conference held in beautiful British Columbia. Actually, today is MooseCamp, the unconference portion of the event. Marc Lee, the dude behind Progressive Economics Forum, and I did a session on the political use of blogs. It was in the “big room” and was well attended. […]