Tag: barcamp transparency

  • BarCamp Transparency posters and the cult of openness

    I designed the following poster for BarCamp Transparency, this Sunday, July 26, at the University Club on Mansfield Road, Oxford. (It starts at 10am and tickets are free; visit the website to get yours.) Andrew Keen, author of The Cult of the Amateur, saw it and had this to say: [..] What’s so great about […]

  • Supporting freedom of speech

    OutMap is sponsoring BarCamp Transparency by donating a portion of my time to developing the website (for which I’d already provided the copy), as well as providing Twitter walls and projectors on the day. If you’re in the UK and interested in open government, cyber activism or social media ethics, I highly recommend you keep […]

  • BarCamp Transparency

    One of the outcomes of BarCamp Oxford has been the organisation of a new BarCamp about transparency and ethics – a mix of social media, open government and cyber-activism. It’s in its early planning stages, but it’ll take place sometime over the summer here in Oxford. If you’re interested, I suggest you take a look […]