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Tuesday, 17 May 2011 23:39

Thinking Digital - Livecast from Cornerhouse, Manchester

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Are you a tech head who likes to save time and money? Then save yourself the trouble of travellling to Newscastle as Thinking Digital virtually comes to Manchester at a fraction of the normal price.

It's short notice but it will be worth it for £35 on 25th and 26th May in Manchester.
Thinking Digital Livecast
Yep, you'll be able to enjoy the cornerhouse as we are inspired by a group of international speakers who will be covering
  • The Future of Media
  • Thinking Digital
  • Mind over Matter
  • Resonance
  • The Medium is the Message
  • From Data to Wisdom
  • Cognitive Surplus

Plus you'll will be able to ask you questions or comment using the twitter hastag #TDC11 (and the Cornerhouse wifi of course). This is a absolutely fantastic chance to get to an event that you wouldn't ordinaily be able to afford or be able to convince work that it is worth train fair and hotel expense.

More information is available from the Cornerhouse website and further information about the speakers is available from the Thinking Digital website. And the price of the ticket includes teas, coffees and biscuit througout the day and a glass of wine at the end of the second day.

A big woop must go out to  Chrissy Hammond from Full Circle Art for her help in making this happen. I think she spoke to a few people in the right places. Next year you might be able to afford to go to the main event.

Book Now you know you want to.

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