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Social media Cafe - the big one

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social media cafeSocial Media Cafe returns this week and it's a big one

The list is final and we can now bring you all the details about this weeks event taking place on Thursaday 10th February 6-9pm at the Art and Design Academy, Duckinfield Street.

We are very excited to say that we will be bringing you a fine selction of speakers with @Documentally aka Christian Payne, John McKerrell, Pete Carr and an interview with Leo LaPorte.

@documentally will be virtually with us as we Skype him in for an interview with Alistair Houghton, our very own SMC MC. If you have never heard of @documentally or even if you have you are in for a treat from the man that uses Twitter to travel the country for free.

Five Tips for successful online Video by @documentally

We don't need to travel to far for the next guest who is John McKerrell a Liverpool based iPhone app developer who's list of apps stretches longer than your arm - well it is long anyway. John we be taking us through the Life cycle of the iPhone app - from creation to approval in the iPhone store.

We have an interview with Leo LaPorte from the Twit Network on his thoughts on Social media - yes we do, recorded by our own Don McAllister . Yes that's Leo LaPorte - yes Leo LaPorte

And finally - a really exciting social media experiment will be launched at Social Media Cafe Liverpool as Pete Carr Photographer tells us about Encounters with Strangers an exhiobition that merges the real and virtual worlds.

Catch up with Social Media Cafe Liverpool

Register for Social Media Cafe - the big one in Liverpool, United Kingdom  on Eventbrite

Social Media Cafe Liverpool is brought to you by How! Why! DIY? Liverpool's creative network. Join up and get involved.





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