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Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcus Romer Jul 6, 2009. 10 Replies

 

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Marcus Romer replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"great piece by Bill Thompson on the BBC site http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8132623.stm"
Jul 6, 2009
Marcus Romer replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
Jul 6, 2009
Marcus Romer replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"Great article By Bill Thompson on the BBC site"
Jul 5, 2009
Chris Hammond replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"A wonderful part of our Journey - Shift is happening for us. Firstly to say to Kate - I would really endorse Dave's suggestion that you read the 'Art of With' the essay Charles did for Cornerhouse. Now I know I'm a bit of a 50…"
Jul 2, 2009
Helen Cadbury replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"I agree. This was the best CPD opportunity I've had in years. I keep thinking of the comment by one of the speakers about how fearless young people are with new technology. As one of those born before 1985, I've decided to 'feel the…"
Jul 2, 2009
Dave Moutrey replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"Hi Katie If you find Charles Leadbeaters ideas interesting then it is worth checking this out... Best Dave http://www.cornerhouse.org/events/info.aspx?ID=1503&page=0 "
Jul 2, 2009
John Popham replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"I would like to add my congratulations to everyone involved in organising Shift Happens 2.0 - a truly impressive event. I for one am really pleased to see such an triumph in Yorkshire & Humber, and we can only hope that TEDx Leeds (10th…"
Jul 1, 2009
Pauline Bickerton is now friends with Marcus Romer and Chris Hammond
Jul 1, 2009
Katie Atkinson replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"My mind is still spinning from Shift Happens. I feel so optimistic about the possibilities for the arts through technology. The ideas that Charles Leadbeater presented - that we can shift away from a society driven by big corporations and are…"
Jul 1, 2009
Marcus Romer replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"Here is the link to all the Twitter feed with the shifthappens hashtag http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?q=shifthappens"
Jul 1, 2009
Marcus Romer replied to Pauline Bickerton's discussion Feedback from Shift Happens
"Thanks for setting this up Pauline, I would like to thank all the delegates, speakers, presenters, volunteers and support teams from Pilot Theatre and York Theatre Royal for making this all possible. Shift did indeed happen..."
Jul 1, 2009
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Feedback from Shift Happens

Well done - great event. Really exciting. Superb choice of speakers. Great depth of content. Looking forward to next year
Jun 30, 2009
Pauline Bickerton is now a member of Shift Happens - arts and converging technologies conference
Jun 30, 2009

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Freelance writer writing a book on Open Source
Why am I joining this network?
Because I attended Shift Happens and loved it!!

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