The sequel I’ve been eagerly awaiting—Responsive Day Out 2—is almost here! It kicks off tomorrow morning at 9am. I probably won’t be able to sleep much tonight, but that’s okay: I’ll need to be at the Corn Exchange in the Brighton Dome bright and early to help get everything set up.
I always love the atmosphere on the day before an event in Brighton. I like seeing the updates from friends far and wide as they arrive into town. Everything is coalescing nicely: speakers, attendees, and all-round lovely people are begin to show up and gather together.
If you’re coming to the conference, you’re in for a treat. There’s going to be a lot of brain food provided. There will not, however, be any food food provided. But don’t fret. There’s a nice long hour-and-a-half lunch break, and plenty of options for food nearby.
I recommended heading up the street to the weekly Street Diner at the top of Church Road.
Once the conference is done, we’ll head to the pub. No particular pub, just …the pub. There are plenty within cat-swinging distance of the venue.
If you’re still in Brighton on Saturday, there are some sporty events planned.
Are you coming to Responsive Day Out? Don’t forget to stay for Saturday for the special Web Talk Dog Walk: http://t.co/lFgdEdxD9R :)— Laura Kalbag (@laurakalbag) June 16, 2014
See you tomorrow!
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