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Category Archives: Speaking
We have two unConferences coming up in the next couple of weeks and we invite you to come to one of them. The first is the Internet Identity Workshop: http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/ October 18-20, 2011 in Mountain View, CA. The second … Continue reading
I gave this talk at the Bay Area Ignite in January 2010. It gives a great over view of what an unconference in the style I do is. All the other presenters at this Ignite evening were women and I … Continue reading
I gave this talk several years ago at BayCHI. Human Interaction Design and Unconferneces It gives an overview of what an unconference with photos of many of the key aspects. Human Interaction Unconference View more presentations from Kaliya Hamlin.
You know you have come full circle when… In 2002-3 I was in the research phase of what became Integrative Activism – learning about networks, story telling, communities of practice. Sorting it all out – how they mapped to my … Continue reading
There is a great post up by YABOU that summarizes my survey of unconference methods.
My talk at BayCHI on Tuesday went really well. reinventnow: daily reinvention of who we are wrote about their experience. He talks about a pattern that did not make it out to the whole group. The fact that meeting people … Continue reading
I have been to OSCON for two years. Since my first event, I have become more and more involved in different technical communities. Nonprofit Tech, Identity Gang, CivicSpace Drupal Developers/Businesses, and I have been to a lot of meetings as … Continue reading
I am speaking about designing human interaction in unconferences at BayCHI next month May 9th. It will be fun. I am hoping to bring some other folks to share their thoughts too. Technorati Tags: unconference, workshop