Links to all my liveblogging from day two of Like Minds Exeter 2012
Links to all my liveblogs of Like Minds 2012 day one. Plus some photos you may not have seen...
Building businesses sounds like an easy process - but unless you really understand people, it's a doomed process, John Rosling tells a Like Minds audience
Can working in a startup give those in education as much kudos as an internship in a huge corporate? Rajeeb Day thinks so.
I’m doing the blogging on the Like Minds site, so I’ll link the posts here:
A post-mortem of my liveblogging experience at this year's Like Minds conference in Exeter.
Here’s what I liveblogged yesterday:
More liveblogging about to begin, and probably some more analytical posts a bit later on.
The end of the year always seems to end up as conference season for me – which is no bad thing. A good conference sends you away full of ideas and enthusiasm for the coming months, and hopefully the current crop will see me intellectually kitted up for the challenges of 2012.
And I’m delighted to say I’ve been invited to be an official blogger for two forthcoming conferences.
The last few Like Minds events
have been some of my most enjoyable and useful times at conferences in the last few years. The Exeter conference
, which kicks off next week, has expanded to three days. Scott Gould
has invited me to join the conference as an official blogger – I’ll be liveblogging sessions on the Like Minds site – so I’ll be there for all three days.
If you can conceivably get to Exeter for those three days (19 to 21st October
), I really recommend that you do.
I can’t quite believe that this will be the sixth Le Web
I’ve attended. I know many people who attended the predecessor conferences Les Blogs find that it has grown out of the range they feel comfortable with, but I think I enjoyed the 2010 Le Web
at least as much as any other. I’ll be heading to Paris in December as an official blogger once more.
I don’t think there’s any other event where the European and US tech scene meet and mingle quite so much, and I’m really interested to see how the extension of the conference to three days will change how it feels. Let’s hope it’s not bedevilled by snow
like it was last year, though…