100 things posted by Alan Holding
Calling all designers, developers, information architects, project managers, writers, editors, marketers, and everyone else who makes websites. Following on from the survey conducted in 2007, A List Apart (a web magazine for people who make websites) is asking for participants in the worldwide 2008 survey of people who make websites.
The UK Government wants to hear your ideas for new products that could improve the way public information is communicated, and there’s a £20,000 prize fund to develop ideas.
The European Network and Information Security Agency has recently published a report which highlights the potential misuse of USB flash drives to breach security of corporate data or introduce malicious code.
On Tuesday 15th July 2008 at KPMG in Manchester you can discuss startup valuations with VCs from the USA, London, Newcastle, Manchester and Liverpool at Northern Startup 2.0. Places are limited so you should book now to secure a place.
Keep up with what’s going on at the first Tony Wilson Experience with Paul Carruthers’s live blog.
Watch the video of this year’s Big Chip Awards, which celebrated some of the best work from the North West UK’s thriving digital sector.
Lets Go Global (a creatively led Internet TV Channel based in Old Trafford, Manchester, UK) is having an open day on 3 July 2008. Why not go along and meet them, see their facililties and find out more about what they do. It’ll be dead interesting and there’ll probably be cake and vimto as well.
Are you a freelancer or business involved in media and digital content? Northwest Vision and Media want your views to help them develop a top notch business support programme. Take part in the survey and you could win an iPod.
As part of the European Commission’s Safer Internet Programme, Deloitte is looking for parents, schools and public libraries to help with a benchmarking study of Internet filtering software.
Manchester Art Gallery is using 2D barcodes to help people find out more about objects in the Revealing Histories: Remembering Slavery trail