Tuesday, 8 February 2011

I've stopped posting here

So you can go to http://defnet.posterous.com/ or http://www.defnetmedia.com/ instead
8th February 2010

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Art in Liverpool podcast 3 March 2010

I love art

This week we discuss Thank You Art Day, plus Liverpool Design Show opens for entries.

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Monday, 1 March 2010

Liverpool Twestival 2010, 25 March

The Twestival to end all Twestivals' is taking place at Mood, Fleet Street Liverpool on 25th March.
There will be food, drink, music and more at this Tweet Up with all the proceeds from ticket sales going to charity.
It's still early days in the organising but already they have over a dozen people booked, a buffet laid on for free courtesy of Cromwells, and the music by Liverpool based band Man Get Out.

A range of Donors are giving up time or resources to ensure this is the best Liverpool Twestival yet. Some have even stretched to giving prizes for the all important raffle most notably the Everyman Theatre have promised two tickets to a show, other prizes include photo's and professional services. 

Tickets are £5 each and all proceeds got to Concern Worldwide. 
Date: 25th March
Venue: Mood, Fleet Street, Liverpool
To book tickets and find out more go to -  http://liverpool.twestival.com/
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Sunday, 28 February 2010

Highlights of Ignite presenters and subjects for Ignite Liverpool

Here's a sample of the topics for the Ignite Liverpool on 4th March. It's part of Global Ignite week which is taking place across the world!

I'm excited. 



Ella Wredenfors

Digital Marketing Officer

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

Topic: Culture Blogger


Adrian McEwen


Creater of Bubblino

Topic: Organising an Event


Tristan Brady Jacobs - digiteyes
Topic:How to make a 'grid'.

Jonathan Deemer of Kisky Netmedia

Topic: Why Bono's rich and Spotify won't make money


Richard Smedley


Topic: City of Abundance: Hacking the urban landscape for food

Mark Brereton

Pecha Kucha Stoke lead coordinator

Title: The Mother Town - An artist's overview of a natural creative
cluster within a city.

Rosie Martin Harris from BadFormat magazine

Topic : the cross over between web content and print content


Francis Irving

Of Flourish

Topic: Democracy Club


It will be a great night.

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Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Art in Liverpool podcast 24 february 2010

Ignite Liverpool

On this weeks podcast news that Hollywood Homeless is postponed, a sad story for a department story to start on and an embroider who will have you in Stitches.

Podcast :: Art in Liverpool 24 February 2010 to listen and for a free download.

Tags: Art, Liverpool, Culture, Free, MP3,

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Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Art in Liverpool podcast 17 February 2010

This week we bring you Shops Up Front, The Liverpool Map plus the Philosophy of Fidgets.

I am getting into the habit - good or bad of posting the Art in Liverpool podcast to posterous just to spread the word so to speak. It then sends it on to my blogger site which is sorely neglected for content these days. I seem to have fallen right out of the habit of posting to it. But there again do expect to have a great deal of time in the future where i will be able to post to it once more - although trying to distinguish between what content i should post where is getting harder and harder.  So maybe i should just post and be damned.    

Any way I hope you enjoy this weeks art in Liverpool Podcast


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Monday, 15 February 2010

How? Why? DIY! - an innovative Grass roots event

Draft information about the How? Why? DIY! event

This is an all day event, which will have something for everyone

This is a one day extravaganza of all things techy and social

• Computer Car Boot - the computer fair on the cheap
• reuse and rewire you old iPpods with DR Linus Love
• Unwire - rid your home of unsightly cables
• Arduino's - building from the ground up
• Citizen reporting with, blogging, podcasting, vidcasting, Live streaming and social media
• Retro Gaming and Wii phonics
• Music workshops

How? Why? DIY! seminar Plus a two hour seminar to round off the day, focussing on open source, open access, and social media

If you are technically minded or not and just want to find out more then sign up for this NING.

What is How? Why? DIY!

It's a lively interactive day long series of events and educational workshops. All are welcome whether you have something to give or just want to learn.

Who is it for?
There is something for everyone and as we firm up the details we will let you know more.

We are researching a number of venues in Liverpool - but if you have a connection please get in touch

The schedule for the day will be coming as soon as we have secured the venue, but we are looking at late March or April.

Why are we charging?
We are charging nothing - so we are relying on the kindness of others to contribute to making this event happen. So if you work from an organisation that has resources to give or donate then get in touch as we need you.

More detail are available on http://how-why-diy.ning.com

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