We've been to Edinburgh, Manchester, Newcastle - and now we're bringing the Guardian's Tech Weekly podcast to glorious Bristol.
We want to meet techies, gamers, developers and entrepreneurs of all shapes and sizes and it's a good excuse for everyone to meet up.
We want to hear all your ideas and your thoughts about the local scene - the rising stars and ones to watch, as well as the problems holding the tech community back.
It can be hard to meet everybody in a few hours, so please hone your finest 90-second hack day-style pitches! Or, alternatively, bring us some bumpf or put your details below so we know who you are even before we get there...
Everyone welcome, but please RSVP below.
See you there!
Jemima Kiss and Scott Cawley: guardian.co.uk Tech Weekly podcast
Added by jemimakiss on May 12, 2009
Great to see you're coming to Bristol.
I'm sure you'll have a fantastic time, unfortunately I'll be on the M5 to Torquay so won't get to say hello in person.
I'll be reppin' http://www.goodbaad.com and web app developers in general (hoping to meet some other Erlang-ers too).
I'm a coming.. haven't seen Jemima since FOWA in October 2008, need at catch up.
I'll be reprezenting:
http://www.salaamshalom.org.uk (the uk's 1st jewish/muslim online radio station)
http://www.bristol-sounds.com (a popular music doc series about the music and musicians of Bristol, UK)
http://www.dsoundz.co.uk ( my own domain..)
see you there!
I'll be representing our company, intelligenti publishing, that specialises in getting books converted into Apps for the iPhone. Our current best-seller is an ebook app of productivity tips on using the iPhone itself: itunes link: http://bit.ly/mLtVo
@jukesie and I will try and pop along to say hello. We're doing Social Web stuff, including social search and messaging, starting with education and branching out into a whitelabel offering. See http://jivatechnology.com.
I'm hoping to come down, although I'll be doing my thing and running a creative workshop at University of Bath for most of that day. I'm working on getting people doing more user focussed stuff in a creative engaging way, and trying to get them to be 'agile'. http://www.linkedin.com/in/laurafrancis
Unfortunately I cant make it, but would have loved to have talked about a project im working on in Bristol. Its a non-tactile interface for music performance. There's an old in development video for it here http://www.vimeo.com/4199694 And an event that showcases this and many other works in Bristol on the 02/06/09 here http://switchdialogue.wordpress.com
Have a good day
I'll be dropping in from Bristol Wireless. We're a volunteer-run co-op that's been going for over 6 years promoting free and open source software and community networking. See http://www.bristolwireless.net/
Thought I just mention a project to keep a record of the grafitti
Bristol is famous for concentrating on one area Stokes Croft. Clicking
on the some buildings steps back through artwork that's gone before
(e.g. use the jump menu to go to "face" and click on the building with
the woman's face).