Fun in the morning at Darklight

Please do come along to Darklight in the morning. I’m going and I’m going to get my book signed by the guy who wrote it. Niall of the Larkins will be on the panel (and he’s the one who gave me the book! .6 degrees of these days) and Legs-a-Jimbo from the Times. I promise I’ll make my contributions tense, edgy and darkly funny. Then y’all can also attend the Web 3.0 talk right after.

[Disclaimer: I received the platinum status appearance fee (€8,327.24) to be on this panel. This post is very much paid for]

Lines of Communication
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5 Responses to “Fun in the morning at Darklight”

  1. Darragh says:

    Looking forward to the talk. I think it’s great to see things like this, like stuff being talked about online for ages, being discussed in an off-line forum to allow conversation and different voices to be heard.

    Of course then we’ll go and bring the conversation right back online, but sure that’s the way of it really, isn’t it?

    Best of luck with it!

  2. Justin Mason says:

    eh, I dunno. A panel discussion is hardly going to “allow conversation and different voices to be heard”, unless those “different voices” are on the panel in question….

  3. Darragh says:

    From having attended the symposia at last year’s Darklight (and basing it on same) they invite participation and discussion from the audience. A few bloggers seem to have been invited as well to take part.

    Certainly from last year the points raised turned into conversations which participants of many genres contributed to, often with very interesting results.

    Maybe this year it will only be the panel but there’s a mix there of ideas too. As I said, I’m looking forward to it. That’s all.

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