The presentation that I am giving at this evening’s CLSIG meeting in Birmingham is now available:
PowerPoint (download from this site – 3.2 MB)
I have given the presentation a Creative Commons 3 non-commercial by attribution license, which means you are free to download and re-use it as long you cite me as the author and you don’t sell it for a heap of cash!
The other speaker in the debate is Phil Duffy, Information Services Manager at Hammonds LLP.
CLSIG is re-running the popular Web 2.0 event it held last year in London. Both Phil Duffy and I are presenting again but this time it is to be held in Birmingham. Details are as follows:
Event: Web 2.0 – the truth behind the hype
Date: Monday 1 March 2010, 6.30-8pm. (Doors open 6 pm)
Venue: Hammonds, Rutland House, 148 Edmund Street, Birmingham B3 2JR.
What is web 2.0 and what isn’t it?
In this seminar Karen Blakeman, Independent Information Trainer and Consultant at RBA Information Services, and Phil Duffy, Information Services Manager at Hammonds LLP will debate the pros and cons of using web 2.0 tools and technologies. This event was sold out and highly rated by attendees in London earlier this year.
There will be a networking reception after the event.
All seminars are £10 for CLSIG members, £15 for non-members and half-price for the unemployed. To book or for more information please email email@example.com. Cheques should be made payable to CLSIG and sent to Irena Valouchova, Denton Wilde Sapte LLP, One Fleet Place, London, EC4M 7WS or DX242 City. Please note that refunds are only available up to a week before the event. Travelling details: http://www.hammonds.com/Default.aspx?sID=259&cID=952&ctID=11
CLSIG website: www.clsig.org.uk