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.
There’s a whole series of sci-fi related events going on at the British Library.
September in Brighton is going to be ker-razy! Here’s a nice responsive holding page listing just some of the events that will be going on …dConstruct, Maker Faire, Flash On The Beach and more.
Live in Brighton? Like hardware hacking? Build Brighton needs your input.
Organisers of BarCamps â€” and other geek gatherings â€” take note: Campaign Monitor will provide sponsorship in the shape of pizza and drink.
Trying to find the perfect geek venue for meetups, coworking, networking and boozing in Brighton. I love the smell of scenius in the morning.
A good, detailed hands-on article about implementing hCalendar.
Malarkey has launched his latest project: For A Beautiful Web is a series of web design master class training workshops covering topics including visual design for the web, best-practice XHTML mark-up and CSS, Microformats and practical web accessâ€¦
Natalie put together this handy map of geeky hangouts in Brighton.
Videos ands slides from the recent Oxford Geek Night.
A list of just some of the cool geek stuff going on in Brighton right now. This town really does rock.
Yes, there is a reason why I'm using this machine tag. Watch the next release of Last.fm for machine tagging goodness on events.
Upcoming events about Identity. A lot of these are happening in Europe; I should try to get to one.
It's here... Patrick and Dan have unveiled their event management system and pretty sweet it is too.
More about the microformats that can now be found on Last.fm.
A Sydney-based food blog that includes an event calendar (sadly not hCalendar). I'm going to trawl through the archives.