We’re very pleased to announce that the second TEDxBradford will be joining the launch celebrations of the Life Online gallery at the city’s National Media Museum!
On the afternoon of Friday 30th March, we’ll be diving into the social, technological and cultural impact of the internet with a programme of speakers that will examine its history, its impact on humanity and also speculate about its distant futures.
Here’s our schedule of speakers for the afternoon…
- 1:00 Imran Ali & Steve Manthorp, Introduction
- 1:10 Tim O’Reilly, Creating More Value Than You Capture (via Skype)
- 1:30 Jane MacDonald, Tales of Things & Electronic Memory
- 1:50 Mark Graham, Internet & information geographies
- 2:10 Break // screening Kevin Kelly’s TEDTalk, The next 5,000 days of the web
- 2:30 Maureen Pennock, Archiving the Web
- 2:50 Dominic Smith, Open source, Art & Wizardlyness
- 3:10 Dr Kieran Fenby-Hulse, The Modern Mixtape: The Evolution of the Digital Playlist
- 3:30 Break // screening Evgeny Morozov’s TEDTalk, How the Net aids dictatorships
- 3:50 Gwyneth Sutherlin, Open Access or Silent Culture: ICT user experience
- 4:10 Anna Farmery, How 3D printing is the next social revolution on the web
- 4:30 Professor Paul Rogers, World Security in the Digital Age
- 5:00 Networking
- 6:00 Twittamentary (including Q&A with director Siok Siok Tan)
Grab your ticket below!