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    Tuesday
    Mar132012

    WEBCOAST POTLUCK CONFERENCE

    I will participate at an "unconference" ("potluck" conference) on March 16-18. WebCoast will take place at Lindholmen Science Park in Gothenburg, on the west coast of Sweden. Here is an excerpt from the page, What is an unconference:

    During WebCoast 2011 we looked around for a way to translate unconference into Swedish. We came up with knytkonferens, which we can back translate as “potluck conference”. At a potluck party (knytkalas in Swedish), all the guests each bring some food to share with everyone else; at a potluck conference all the participants bring their ideas, enthusiasm, skills and abilities to share with one another. Calling an unconference a knytkonferens is an easier way to introduce the idea to Swedes who have never met the concept. In the spirit of sharing we offer the readers of these English pages the term “potluck conference” as an alternative for unconference!

    Kudos to John Nixon English Language Services for the translation of WebCoast's site.

    I will have a session on podcasting and on my new project, JantePolisen (The Law of Jante Police).

    Tune in and listen to the WebCoast 2012 theme!

    Saturday
    Mar192011

    PODCASTING FTW

    Sunday
    Mar132011

    WEBCOAST

    I will participate at WebCoast on March 18 - 20. It is a so called unconference with an open agenda / schedule that is generated by the participants. Here is a quote from the conference place, Lindholmen Science Park:

    WebCoast is western Sweden’s first member-driven event with a focus on communication, Internet users and web developers. You are not coming to a pre-set agenda with paid lecturers; instead you will be involved in designing the content on location. To be held at the Lindholmen Conference Centre 18-20 March. (Lindholmen.se, February 4, 2011.)

    I recommend you to read Glenn Reynold's book, An Army of Davids: How Markets and Technology Empower Ordinary People to Beat Big Media, Big Government, and Other Goliaths and Mitch Joel's book, Six Pixels of Separation: Everyone Is Connected. Connect Your Business to Everyone., if you want to understand the power of the world wide web.

    Read Maria Gustafsson's interview (Tea Drinking Podradio Enthusiast) with me. [Editor's note: The text is in Swedish. You could translate it using e.g., Google Translate, Yahoo! Babel Fish, and Babylon.] 

    Here is a video clip, explaining the open agenda / schedule (the grid):