Tomorrow I’m speaking at TedX Sydney at Carriageworks. Unsurprisingly this has turned out to be a massive event and is now being webcast live on the ABC. There’s an invited audience in the auditorium but the foyer space is simulcasting live along with Q&A sessions and extra performances – it is free to come along!
TedX Sydney ushers in a two month period of endless talking.
In mid June I’ll be doing a public talk on June 10 in Taipei at Fu Jen Catholic University as part of a series of workshops I’m running in Taiwan.
Switching to Government 2.0 matters – using the publicly funded cultural sector as a testbed – I’ll be speaking at the National Public Sector Digital Media Forum in Canberra on June 23, closely followed by the Web 2.0 in Government 2.0 in Sydney on June 24. And, the next day, June 25, I’ll be speculating about ‘What Now?’ at the Fastbreak breakfast at the Powerhouse Museum.
Following that I’m delivering a keynote at EVA London 2010 on July 5, and at the Public Libraries Impact 2010 conference in Albury on July 15.
And if semantic web and metadata are your thing, two other Powerhouse digital folks – Ingrid Mason, CAN Project Manager and Luke Dearnley, Web Manager, will be presenting at Metadata Australia 2010 next week in Canberra.