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Wednesday, 18 January 2012 11:31

Social Media Cafe Liverpool - the reboot

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Booking is open for Social Media Cafe Liverpool - the reboot 
It has been away awhile but now it is back in the run up and through Open Source City 2012 in Liverpool. You can book up and find our more details below.

Social Media Cafe is very open so if you have a talk that you would like to suggest then here is the link to the form

Confirmed Line up

Alistair Houghton, the business reporter for the Liverpool Echo or wimpyking as his known on Twitter will be guiding us through the evening as the Master of Ceremonies

John McKerrell - John brought us the Social Media Cafe Liverpool iPhone app (still available for free from the app store) with a talk about Open Street Map.

We will be bringing in another couple of speakers and also a panel Q and A session at the end of the night, as soon as we have more details of the speakers then we will be posting those details here.

We want this to be a regular meet up so do come down and contribute in what ever way you can and please help get the message out to as many people as possible.

Doors Open: 6pm
Talks start: 6.30pm
Close: 9pm
Venue: Static Gallery, Roscoe lane, Liverpool

Use Twitter? Don’t forget to use the hashtag #smcliv for all your Social Media Cafe tweet and follow @SMCLiv for announcement. Find us on Facebook.



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