Aw, this is so nice!
Yet another write-up of this year’s dConstruct.
A really great set of photos from this year’s dConstruct by Geri. Just look at the smile on my face!
A nice write-up of dConstruct that focuses on three ideas that were threaded throughout the day:
- Digital is about beauty and about layers,
- The power of play, and
- The interconnectedness of things through chance.
Another thoughtful write-up of this year’s dConstruct, weaving a thread between the talks from Jason Scott, James Burke, and Tom Armitage with a detour via Italo Calvino.
This is my favourite write-up of dConstruct so far. I love that way that, rather than simply giving a linear description, Laura weaves together the implicit strands that were running throughout the day — a very thoughtful, considered approach.
And how about this for an opening line:
After a weekend of reflection, I’ve decided that dConstruct 2012 had the best talks of any conference I’ve ever attended.
I like this! Andrew Johns found a thread in this year’s dConstruct that ran parallel to its official tagline of “Playing With The Future”: Education.
Another really good description of this year’s dConstruct that describes each talk.
A lovely write-up of this year’s dConstruct:
Curated well by the Clearleft team, its speakers are always intelligent, insightful, and on the whole, world-class. Pouring out insights through divergent thought, challenging norms and touting innovation.
Eva-Lotta’s sketchnotes from this year’s dConstruct.
A nice set of photos from this year’s dConstruct.
If you liked the music that was playing in the breaks during dConstruct, here’s the playlist of CC-Attribution tracks as chosen by Tantek.
A beautiful sight: the digital and the physical interacting through glowsticks.
A great write-up of this year’s magnificent dConstruct and its theme of playing with the future.
If you’re coming to dConstruct, make sure to add yourself as “attending” on Lanyrd so you can make use of all the nifty new stalking features they’ll be launching for their mobile app.
Honor compares next week in Brighton to Austin in March.
If you’re coming to Brighton for dConstruct, make a note of these eating places where your attendee badge will get you a discount.
Natalia is as excited as I am about the first week of September in Brighton: Reasons To Be Creative, dConstruct, Improving Reality, BrightonSF, and Maker Faire, now with added speakers.
Andy gives his thoughts on this year’s dConstruct. He does a good job of explaining what to expect, and—more importantly—what not to expect.
Kars has written up his (excellent) dConstruct talk. Set aside some time and read through this. It’s worth it.
Laura’s account of dConstruct is wonderfully written. Instead of giving a linear run-down of each talk, she has spent time looking at the overlapping themes and patterns that emerged. The result is a really great read.
Here’s an interesting perspective on dConstruct from someone for whom it was their first ever conference.
A look under the hood of the dConstruct website (including some nth-child selectors I threw in there).
James Bridle's dConstruct artefact is in the New York Times.
I'm very touched by this description of dConstruct from Merlin. We were incredibly lucky to have him come and speak. He the man.
A really, really, REALLY good round-up of this year's dConstruct. No doubt about it: it was the best yet.
Colly shows the results of his dConstruct workshop: great stuff!
A beautiful SVG visualisation (with source code) of the Rattle team's experience of dConstruct 2010.
The BBC were at dConstruct. This podcast episode includes interviews with Steven Johnson, Aleks and the the Dopplr Matts.
A write-up of dConstruct 2008 from the YDN crew who so kindly co-sponsored the closing party.
Alastair's comprehensive notes from dConstruct.
BBC coverage of dConstruct on "The widening web of location-based web services."
Brian and Josh are organising a Long Bet style gathering for the day before dConstruct. To participate, choose a timescale and enter your prediction. What an excellent way to kick-start some discussion.
If you missed the conference, here's your chance to wear a little bit of dConstruct every day. Stylish t-shirts sporting a design by Kevin Cornell.
Continuing the tradition started at the Highland Fling. I love the way that Ribot wanders into shot like C3P0. Ribot robot.
Want tickets to dConstruct? If you're a girl geek, here's your chance.
Here's the logo for BarCamp Brighton, taking place the day after dConstruct. Looking good.
Glenn has some interesting statistics from the d.Construct backnetwork.