From Dave on Flickr When Uncleweed is on tap for a speaking engagement I make sure not to miss it even though I’ve seen him do over a dozen talks in the years I’ve known him. In fact, his F*ck Stats Make Art talk last year was so successful that he was asked to present […]
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By John Biehler on Flickr Is advertising dead and if so, who killed it? Chris Heuer‘s talk becomes a discussion rather quickly surrounding marketing, advertising and its shift to reality and reviews in the online realm. “Big clients, small clients, they’re coming to me and saying my advertising isn’t working anymore,” Chris then plays a […]
As I took my seat at the very front of the auditorium (like a keener) for Northern Voice 2009 I realized I forgot my card-reader as well as my camera cable. The result of this being none of my photos will be uploaded until the evening so in the meantime I’m going to grab a […]
This weekend the UBC Forestry Sciences building will be filled with a sold-out crowd of 300 social media enthusiasts. Canada’s largest personal blogging conference, Northern Voice, will kick off tomorrow morning with two special keynotes, a main conference track as well as an unconference track. On Saturday there will be another keynote and several panels, […]
Northern Voice 2009 is quickly approaching and being that it’s the top personal blogging conference in this fine nation of ours, it’s a pretty big deal. Registration is now open and the schedule is soon to be released. Today I received the great news that a panel of mine (or two) has been approved so […]
Update January 2009: Stewart Butterfield, founder of Flickr, will be this year’s keynote speaker! Update January 2009: The schedule has been released. I’m honored to be speaking not only once on a panel, but twice. After diligently liveblogging the conference for two years (including Dave’s infamous talk), being a panelist, presenter, wrangler, wiki editor and […]