It will be strange tomorrow, as for the first time I will not be attending the BlogWalk myself, even though I helped organize it. Just couldn’t make it. But the next one is already taking shape. We’ll be visiting Umea in Sweden, on the kind invitation of Stephanie Hendrick.
On November 11th Howard Rheingold will hold a seminar in Umea, and the day after that the seminar will serve as input for our fifth blogwalk meeting. Definitely going to be there!
But first of all back to the upcoming BlogWalk in London. Focus will be the future of work under influence of social software, for instance blogging behind the firewall. A diverse and interesting group of 19 people will come together in the Old Crown on New Oxford Street:
Johnnie Moore – http://www.johnniemoore.com/blog/
Tim Kitchin – http://www.stealthisbrand.com/
Ian Glendinning – http://www.psybertron.org/
David Wilcox – http://partnerships.typepad.com/civic/
Anu Gupta – http://www.scalefree.info/
Riccardo Cambiassi – http://www.codewitch.org/
Lee Bryant – http://www.headshift.com/
Suw Charman –http://chocnvodka.blogware.com/
Martin Roell – http://www.roell.net/weblog/
Chris Macrae – http://www.blogger.com/profile/1765762
Julian Elv� – http://synesthesia.co.uk/blog/
Lilia Efimova – http://blog.mathemagenic.com
George Por – http://www.community-intelligence.com/blogs/public/
Ed Mitchell – http://www.knowledgeboard.com
Colin Morley – http://www.empowermentillustrated.com/
Louise Ferguson – http://www.louiseferguson.com/cityofbits.htm
Desiree Gosby – http://www.savaje.com/
Omar Green – http://www.savaje.com/
Lloyd Davis – http://www.perfectpath.co.uk/
I am sure they will have great conversations and that we’ll be reading their aggregated reflections at Topicexchange.
Interested in attending a BlogWalk meeting? All meetings are by invitation only. But invitations are not hard to come by. Just get in touch with me (or Lilia Efimova or Sebastian Fiedler) and show your interest.