June 22, 2008

What Do You Get If You Cross a Building With Web 2.0?

Sorry, I don't know the punchline to the joke, but there are moves afoot to find out.

be2camp is a proposed BarCamp to explore "web2.0 in the built environment".

It sounds interesting, maybe I can talk about using Arduinos to implement sensing and control, or maybe demo The Mazzini Project.

There's talk of it being in October, most likely (although not definitely, maybe I can find somewhere up North for it?) in London. If you're interested then head over to the wiki and register your support.


Posted by Adrian at June 22, 2008 11:17 AM | TrackBack

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Welcome on board Adrian and thanks for spreading the be2camp ideas. I look forward to your contributions and support. Rgds

Posted by: martin at June 23, 2008 09:46 AM

Thanks for kicking off the idea Martin, it sounds like it'll be good.

Posted by: Adrian at June 24, 2008 09:42 AM
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