They're back after a break over the summer with there event next week - The Development of the Electric Discharge Lamp.
At September's SciBar, Charles Jackson will discuss arc and filament lamp development in the 19th century, leading to a more detailed coverage of sodium and mercury discharge lamp development between 1930 and 1980. He will conclude with the latest induction and LED lighting technologies.
ACME and the Kin network are running an event examining Independent Living Technology as Liverpool is seen a a leader within this field in the UK. The event will explore the range of software and hardware that promotes Health and Wellbeing and the opportunities it holds for Liverpool's creative and digital sector.
Chaired by a commissioner from Liverpool Council, Health, Wellbeing and New Technology invites you to join our panel in a discussion, about how Liverpool businesses can prosper by meeting the needs of this rapidly growing market (as well as the pitfalls along the way).
If your interested in learning how to make a Docmentary then this is for you brought to you by the WEA.
No previous experience necessary. A Hands-on course, looking at documentary styles, and working in a group to make a short documentary.
Course looks at the history and techniques of documentary - making as well as giving you the opportunity to work in a group to produce an original short.
Here is our Manifesto - it was written a while back now but it still holds true
Open: Always use Open Source products and methods. Share them with users and promote their use.
Share: Use creative commons licenses, but always promote the right to ownership of ideas and creativity and the need for creative people to be compensated for their time and work.
Listen: Promote a responsible approach to web 2.0 by listening to those with something to say, acting upon it and assisting people in how to approach communication over the web.
Help others: Offer a platform for people to develop their skills and abilities, and always encourage mutual support within the community.
Challenge: Review commonly held notions in a genuinely informed and independent manner. Challenging them if needed.
Play: Provide and promote the sense that all communication on the net can be conducted with accesibility and a sense of fun.
Do: Do what we can do well and strive to do better.
Collaborate: To use the internet as a means to an end and promote face to face communication when this is the more practical and fun option.
Encourage high level, non virtual interactions with requisite refreshment. – a chat over a cup of tea.
If your are interested in writing reviews or producing a podcast or getting involved in any other way then do contact us on the emails below as we would love to hear from you. Or if you have an idea for an exciting project and just want some technical help then let us know and we will see how we can help.
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Neil Morrin - Marketing Email: neil ‘at' defnetmedia.com Phone: 07940584482
Who wouldn't like to learn how to use a laser cutter and build your own designs. Well now you can with this one day course at DoES Liverpool.
Starting from the basics of laser cutting and operating a hobby laser cutter, this course will take you through preparing designs for cutting or engraving to making your own items.
Liverpool is about to launch it's very own Girl Geeks meet up and about time too many of you are shouting. Well don't shout about it - tell a friend and bring them along to this event on 16th August held at the Women's Organisation.
If you're into Technology, Gaming, Digital Arts, Music Production or Media then this really is for you as there'll be a series of workshop's on Programming, Design/Animation & Digital all lead by industry experts.
SWIG is the Liverpool WordPress Interest Group which meets on the last Thursday of each month at the interconnect/it offices. So if your interested in getting to know Wordpress or maybe you are already aquanted and want to get to know it better then you should head along to this.
GeekUp Liverpool takes place on the last Tuesday of every month. It's a grass-roots knowledge sharing and networking social for folks involved or interested in all forms of technology and creative media. This month is all about the Raspberry Pi.
Got one? Bring it along and show off what you've done with it or find help getting going. Never seen one? Come along and find out what they're all about on 30th July 2013!
ACME/KIN are having another Thinking Session and Social this time looking at Film production in the city. The Liverpool Film Office (LFO) is the longest established independent resource of its kind in the UK. Over the past 10 years the LFO has attracted an estimated £100m of inward investment into the local economy and has been responsible for attracting large scale Hollywood feature films to the city.
Speak the Web is a series of web talks reminiscent of a band tour. Taking place in 5 cities in the North of England throughout July, they're bringing some well known faces and some new comers to talk about the web. The event is open for designers, developers, SEO experts; anyone who makes and creates for the web.