This week there’s been lots of conference action here at Clearleft Towers.
I flew out to Belfast to attend the spiritual successor to Build Conference.
It’s been a bit quiet at Clearleft HQ as various folk have been doing exciting things off-site…
It’s been a quieter week than usual in the Clearleft Tower.
This week we’ve been thinking ahead to 2015
When we started dConstruct back in 2005, we were only the second digital design and technology conference in the UK (the other being @media) and one of a handful around the globe. Jump ahead 10 years and there were over a dozen conferences of note in September alone.
Conferences, Brighton Digital Festival@68 Middle St and virtual records.
This week people got older, our meetings got stuck on repeat, and 5 seconds never felt so painful.
It’s been a crazy few weeks here at Clearleft, mostly due to the explosion of activity here for the Brighton Digital Festival, the centrepiece of course being this year’s dConstruct, which happened last Friday.
Dear internet. It’s been 365 days since my last freelancing invoice.
This is my favourite week of the year. It’s the week when Brighton bursts into life as the its month-long Digital Festival kicks off.
In the week where Kate Bush began a sold out installation in London to a sold out first night of freeloaders and a few fans with too much money, we’ve been hiding from the rain.
It’s exactly two weeks until dConstruct. I AM EXCITE!!!11ELEVEN!! If you’ve already got your ticket: excellent! If not, you can still get one. It’s not too late.
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This Saturday a team from Clearleft rode the 6-hour Brighton Big Dog mountain bike race, placing well. Meanwhile Mark ran the Berlin 100 Miler, smashing the course record in the process.
Some say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.
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