Archive for the ‘events’ Category

The recent Shoreditch Twitnic saw an attendance of about 25 folk who braved the overcast skies of N1 to congregate in Shoreditch Park and have a lot of food and fun for Macmillan Cancer Support. The event raised just over £100 for the charity thanks to free food from Somerfield. As a follow up, I’ve […]


Yesterday I received an email from Carrie Bishop who is working with G20 Voice to organise a post-G20 Summit get together at Bar Kick, former Shoreditch Twit venue. It’s called G20 meets We20, at which point you might be feeling lost so here’s a quick explanation… G20 – Group of Twenty (G-20) Finance Ministers and […]


Despite my ineptitude in not being able to actually reserve a foosball table at Bar Kick, we’ve still managed to pick up a sponsor for next week’s Shoreditch Twit. Thanks to online reviews community Tipped (via grumblemouse) for stumping up the first 25 games of table football on the evening. If the game’s not your thing, no […]


I party hard.

02Oct08

I was going to post about the blogger meetup yesterday, but I was out partying with these people – one of whom is a BB9 “competitor” with a deal to promote men’s make-up.. (he was wearing guyliner). Company Magazine’s 30th Birthday party isn’t exaclty social media, but it was free drinks, massages and a whole host of beautiful people […]


Twestival links

26Sep08

There are already a load of posts from last night’s Harvest Twestival. You can find a complete list here, but here are a few links to make an easy Friday post: Jazamatazz – mainly for the cute picture Twestival photos on Flickr Sizemore‘s take on the event – great to meet the man in real life […]


Since my last post was a little on the negative side, it’s time to lighten things up and talk about some of the sool stuff that was on show at IBC. So here’s a run down of my picks of the show: Accedo: These guys (from Sweden) put stuff on your TV that isn’t TV […]


Last weekend, I was lucky enough to visit Amsterdam for the annual International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) which brings together nearly 50,000 visitors from the world of TV. From traditional broadcast to exciting applications such as mobile and IPTV, the exhibition and conference is a window into all that’s going on in video and radio entertainment. […]