I’m speaking next Friday at the SF Web2Expo on Casual Privacy. I’m speaking in Dublin Speaking Thursday May 8th (2 weeks later) in Dublin on Advanced OAuth Wrangling. Hope to see you at one or both of those talks.
Blog posts tagged "conference"
April 30, 2008⇒ Internet News: Flickr Taking Privacy Just Casually Enough.
Susan Kuchinskas has a nice write up of my talk on Friday that manages to hit most of my quotable moments (and leaves out the few that really shouldn’t make it to print). Slides coming soon.2. (Aside casual privacy, collaboration, conference, flickr, personal, privacy, talk)
April 18, 2008⇒ code.flickr: Web 2.0 Expo, you’re in our town now.
I’ve just posted to the new Flickr Developer blog a list of all the various Flickr folks speaking at next weeks Web 2.0 Expo. Also, if you haven’t seen it, take a spin around the rest of code.flickr, a new site for the Flickr development community that launched this week, and has been brewing as side project since time immemorial.0. (Aside casual privacy, code.flickr, conference, flickr, talks, w2e, web2expo)
I’m heading out for a whirlwind tour of points ever so slightly south. I’ll be in San Diego for ETech, arriving Monday March 3rd (gulp, thats tomorrow) and leaving Thursday for Austin for SxSW, where I’ll be through next Tuesday night. (despite promises to myself, this is not the year I do the interactive+music marathon, I’m realistic, I’ve watched co-workers train all year, not an undertaking for amateurs)
I’m super excited by ETech this year for the first time in recent memory, all the things I want to talk about are on the schedule: large datasets, cheap customizable hardware, social networks, and the environmental, political, and social implications there of.
I haven’t even looked at the schedule for Austin yet, but I’m pumped to see both Heather and Simon talk about lessons learned from trying to internationalize a site like Flickr, (Mon 10am, and Tue 5pm respectively) and Paul and George (along with MattB, and SimonW) talk about working on interdisciplinary teams (Tue 3pm). And Andy’s ensemble “Worst Website Ever” stand up routine looks not to be missed.
What are you going to see?
I’m also looking forward to:
- having some quiet time this week to work with Rabble and finally release the iCalico source, though it looks like I’m going to first learn git to do it
- making a little progress catching up on a serious backlog of writing.
- seeing friends, especially those who’ve recently been opting out of the grind of Silicon Valley jobs/San Francisco geek party scene.
- continue conversations I’ve been having with folks about privacy and social expectation, large datasets and inference, , open data, and of course OAuth.
Expo Cal is up and running an instance of iCalico, the social conference calendaring app (fancy way of saying tries to answer the, “um, what should I go see?” question), Rabble and I wrote.
In other Web2Expo news, my talk for Ignite Sunday night got accepted. Ack! Um, so I’ll be speaking (for at least 6 minutes) Sunday night on “casual privacy”.
Etel started this morning, so if this the first you’re hearing of it, you’re too late to check the RAGI: Ruby on Rails with Asterisk talk, but not too late to check Evan and Blaine’s Phone Communities and Activism Showcase (you might have seen the preview at Foocamp), or Tad’s Speakeasy: Using Open Source to Overcome Barriers and Promote Community Development in an Immigrant Neighborhood. Conveniently they’re back to back Thursday afternoon.
November 17, 2005⇒ Rabble and Blaine – Phone Communities and Activism Showcase (O’reilly Emerging Telephony). 0. (Aside activism, conference, etel, oreilly, sf, voip)
February 1, 2005⇒ “PLAN: A two day event bringing together leading international figures to review the emerging fields of locative and pervasive media.”.
Kicks off tomorrow, don’t think I’ll make it.0. (Aside collaboration, conference, locative, participation, semweb, social, uk)