I’ll be racking up some airmiles over the next couple of months, traveling to present at a series of excellent events.
At the end of April, I’ll be in Toronto for FITC, where I’ll be talking about data visualization, the NYTimes API, and showing a nice set of work that nobody has seen, yet. I’ll also be speaking on a panel called ‘Storytelling: Absorbed, Obsessed And Immersed‘ with Tali Krakoswky, John Underkoffler, Ben Kreukniet and Alex McDowell. FITC – April 24th to April 27th, Toronto, Canada
At the end of May I’ll be Newcastle to speak at Thinking Digital. This event brings together a group of interesting people from different disciplines – the venue and speaker lineup look fantastic. Again, I’ll be talking about data visualization, with an emphasis on deconstructing some of the work that I’ve done for Wired UK. Thinking Digital – May 25th to 27th, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
A couple of weeks later I’ll be in Minneapolis for my favourite event of the year – Flashbelt. I’ll be giving a completely new talk, which I will share details about over the next couple of days. If you’ve been thinking about coming to Flashbelt in previous years but have never taken the leap – this year is the year to do it. Flashbelt – June 13th to 16th, Minneapolis, USA
The most valuable thing I take out of being part of these events is meeting interesting people. If you are going to be around for any of these events and would like to meet for a beer – please don’t hesitate to get in touch.