On 21 - 24 March 2013, FutureEverything presents the Summit of Ideas & Digital Invention - a four day event that is centred around a two day conference and a programme of live music and contemporary art events. The Summit will host the annual FutureEverything conference, which is focussing on three main themes we believe will influence the culture and business of digital societies in the future: Creative Code, Future Cities and The Data Society.
They are delighted to announce speakers from Google, BBC, Kickstarter, Vimeo and the Europeana Foundation are already confirmed.
Social Media cafe Manchester or more precising SMC_MRC are looking for Ignite style talks for it's next event in August.
These can be on - "Interesting new technology, online social movements, online trends, innovative digital projects you’re involved in or anything else you want to share – come along and tell us about it. The only thing off-limits is promotional talks for commercial enterprises."
So if you are a social media buff or you have invented a fascinatingnew gadget then read on.
This baby is gonna be lovely so let's celebrate as we finally have a Mini Makerfaire in the region. It's on the 28th-29th July, and just down the road in Manchester so will definitely be worth a visit. so if you like robots, and electronics and the Internet of Things then this event is just for you
Here are some event highlights that are coming up over the next month of two in Manchester
Manchester Linux User Group - 12th May - This talk will be an introduction to MRTG (Multi Router Traffic Grapher)
Manchester: A Digital Future - 15th May - As part of the FutureEverything festival, #smc_mcr hosts a discussion looking at Manchester’s digital future.
An award winning global festival of art, music & ideas taking place on 11-14 May 2011 in Manchester, England. World premieres of astonishing artworks, an explosive citywide music programme, visionary thinkers from around the world and awards for outstanding innovations.
A fantastic line up of internationally renowned artists musicians and technologists provide a of Events, Interventions, Music, exhibitions plus a fantastic conference.
The Big Chip awards shortlist has been announced with sixty entries from over 40 entrants have been selected by the panel of expert judges.
The news, first broken by media partner Insider was eagerly anticipated and caused great excitement on twitter (#BigChip2010).