Following things up and keeping things moving…

A belated thanks to everyone who came along to our event. As you will see from earlier posts, the report has been submitted to the main unconferences. A compiled version of reports from all the unconferences will be available soon. Here’s a number of ideas as to how to keep the debates moving along:

  • Dave Harte mentioned a website he had set up to continue this debate, you can find that website at DigitalStrategyWM
  • You can listen again to content from the event at Rhubarb Radio
  • Follow Julia on Twitter for news of a forthcoming unconference that is running in parallel to Digital Birmingham’s Digital Britain Final Report event on Wednesday 17th June

You may also want to follow some of the following people, or update your contact book with the details of those who booked and attended (from our EventBright page):

  • too//damn//ninja (AKA Scott)
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): creativey designy webby thingies, @toodamnninja, toodamnninja.tumblr.com, subway FTW


  • Pete Ashton
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @peteashton http://ash10.com


  • Rob Benson
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): NHS Birmingham East and North e-communications. AKA elbunglio. Bacon and brie.


  • Nick Booth
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Social media specilist working with government, communities and the third sector. Former journalist, news editor and current affairs editor.


  • Paul Bradshaw
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @paulbradshaw; Senior lecturer in online journalism, Birmingham City University. Blogger, http://onlinejournalismblog.com


  • Milin Cai
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @milincai;I am a web and new media second year full time student in Birmingham City University.


  • Charlotte Carey
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @charlottecarey Lecturer in Interactive and Digital Marketing, Birmingham City Business School. Researching: Gender and entrepreneurship in the creative industries http://creativeenterprise.blogspot.com


  • James Coleman
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): I’m @supercooljames on Twitter


  • Paul Hadley
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @rhubarbradio. Radio. http://www.rhubarbradio.com


  • Jason Hall
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Twitter: jasonhall


  • Steve Harding
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): I work for BCU on economic development type issues in the CI’s


  • Jon Hickman
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Degree Leader Web & New Media / Course Director Social Media at Birmingham School of Media, BCU. Member of http://interactivecultures.org


  • Julia Higginbottom
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @gabysslave, http://www.aquila-tv.com


  • Nat Higginbottom
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @exsanguinator, http://www.aquila-tv.com


  • Mark Hill
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): my favourite sandwich is chicken, bacon & avocado


  • Simon Howes
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Sound engineer, @simonhowes, http://www.audioguy.co.uk, full English (egg, bacon, sausage, brown sauce).


  • Paul Long
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Cultural studies prevarication is the game


  • Andy Mabbett Mabbett
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @pigsonthewing


  • Andrew Mackenzie
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): lecturer, write to reply


  • Annette Naudin
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Course Director MA Media and Creative Enterprise


  • Katie Parry
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): I’m @supercoolkp on Twitter


  • Corinne Pritchard
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): I run http://www.simplyunderstand.com, where I translate government consultation documents into real english.


  • Elizabeth Short
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): I drink too much tea. Twitter @LillyTea


  • Kasper Sorensen
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Online Journalism Student at BCU, twitter is @kasperbs website is kaspersorensen.com


  • Linda Spurdle
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): art & heritage web projects


  • Paul Squires
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): Former head of online at E.ON, British Council and Rolls-Royce as well as EU-funded project to develop e-commerce in SMEs. @paulsq


  • Chris Unitt
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @chrisunitt http://www.meshedmedia.com


  • Nick Webber
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): I like dinosaurs.


  • Simon Whitehouse
    Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): @siwhitehouse Implementation Manager Digital Birmingham Hummous and red pepper


Anthony Williams
Tell us about yourself (industry, twitter name, website, favourite sandwich etc.): I’m a “web thingy maker” (web developer, manager) who works in the automotive industry. Catch me on twitter.com under the username abitgone.

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