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Social Media Cafe Liverpool - the big one is now live on Ustream

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Live from the Art and Design Academy, Liverpool

The line up tonight  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.

An interview with Leo LaPorte from the Twit Network on his thoughts on Social media.

Plus Pete Carr Photographer tells us about Encounters with Strangers an exhiobition that merges the real and virtual worlds.

Plus @documentally will be virtually with us as we Skype him in for an interview with Alistair Houghton

Social Media Cafe Liverpool is brought to you by How Why DIY the creative Tech network - www.how-why-diy.com

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