GameCamp 2 is done. What a rush. I’m really pleased with the way it went, and judging by the reactions I’m seeing, a lot of other people liked it, too. The unconference format makes everyone’s experience of a day like this different. As an organizer, I spent most of my time running around and making […]Read more "GAMECAMP – insert coin to continue"
The original GameCamp was the first unconference I ever went to. It was a fascinating day of discussion about games and gaming, from the tabletop to the console and everything in between. It was inspiring and exhilarating, and left me with a new idea of what was possible, as a good unconference should. At the […]Read more "Get your game on – GameCamp 2 is coming for you"
BeeBCamp 3 is coming, and man am I excited. This has been in the works for quite a while. Finally we can let you all know about the imminent innovative awesomeness. In the wake of BeeBCamp 1 and BeeBCamp 2, BeeBCamp 3 is going to continue inviting people from across the BBC into a roiling […]Read more "It LIVES! BeeBCamp is back"
More like evening after, but here we are. Good parties are hard to wake up from. BeeBCamp happened yesterday – it was an unconference that I organized with Roo, Mark, and David Hayward from the BBC College of Journalism (internal link). The idea was simple: let’s get everyone at the BBC working on new media […]Read more "BeeBCamp – The Morning After"
I spent a big chunk of yesterday sitting in Sony’s living room talking about games with interesting people. Not a bad way to spend a Saturday. The occasion was GameCamp London – an unconference about games. As an event, it could have been the bastard mashup of a gaming conference and a private loft party […]Read more "GameCamp ’08"