Mashup Demo in October

mashup, which runs ‘digital’ events, is launching Mashup Demo on Oct 2nd. It’s been put together to provide startups and growing companies in the digital sector with a platform from which to demo their services to an audience of investors, corporates, bloggers, journalists and industry influencers. This allows them to overtly sell and flaunt their products and services, gain feedback on concepts, develop or find partners, seek investment, practice the

Notes from Edinburgh TV Unfestival 2007

On the weekend I went to the TV Unfestival, an “unconference” about TV, which is a sort of Fringe even to the Media Guardian TV Festival. Although the event was typical of a tech/geek gathering in the unconference format – lots of healthy debate, discussion and networking – there was often a disparity between the ‘open rights’ and open source culture of the tech world and the locked-down, “copyrighted up

Brunch Bites 1.5 networking event

Event by: Sponsored by: NEXT EVENT: Brunch Bites 1.5 (BETA) Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Time: 10:30am – 12:00pm Location: The Dana Centre Cafe The Dana Centre 165 Queen’s Gate South Kensington London SW7 5HD The nearest underground station is Gloucester Road, on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines. Email: editor [at] Track this event on… FaceBook Upcoming Or join our groups on: Bites Media Facebook Group Bites Media

MashupCamp Dublin

Are you a developer with a strong interest in taking something like Yahoo Maps and mashing it together with your data to come up with some cool new innovative Web-based application? Or, are you thinking of building something unique and interesting on top of the application programming interfaces (APIs) from and Check out MashupCamp in Dublin Sept 12-13.

Mashup TV 2.0 event live blog

Live blogging from Mashup, "TV 2.0" Introducing the event Simon Grice of etribes and Mashup says sites like and are the reason he hasn't watched live TV for 6 months. And hasn't rented a video for 6 months… Tom Weiss, CEO of TV Genius, is Chair. John Varney Sturart Prebble, launch CEO of On Digital, said digital TV is about turning 1 audience of 20 million into 20m

Blogging Essential Web 2007

Live blogging notes from Essential Web 2007. Startup showcase notes: has 1000 uniques per day and has a had a lot of press coverage. Partnered with Zipcar and which is helping them to move to the US market. The founder claims to have had a sudden amount of adoption by users in London. The future is increasing the user base and syndicating content around restaurant web sites. Also

Calacanis launches Mahalo Greenhouse at NMK Forum

BREAKING NEWS: The Internet is getting polluted, said Jason Calacanis today in his keynote speech today at NMK Forum 07. He calls it an 'environmental crisis' of bad blogging, gaming the system, SEO gone mad and "pay per post". "The polluting SEO slime balls have destroyed our Internet and it's time to take it back" he said. He introduced to the UK internet industry, which is a new human

UK new media gears up for summer partying

UPDATE: Word on the street is that the Big Chill, the tres cool festival, will be running the club room at the event. That means some very heavyweight clubbing… UK new media community Chinwag has announced it’s free summer party, planning to entertain more than 2,000 Web 2.0-era Internet people. It’s also signed some big name sponsors including Adobe and Channel 4, along with recruitment firm Purple, all keen no

First Tuesday re-animates

Anyone interested in the London tech-networking scene will be aware of one of the better ones, namely Second Chance Tuesday. SCT was founded a couple of years ago when the tech sector came out of the cold, in part as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the first great networking shindig, First Tuesday, which boomed then imploded back in the day. That event started out as a cocktail party in Soho's Alphabet

Update on 2.0 Events 2007

Here's a run-down of the 'tech 2.0' style events happening over the rest of the year in the UK and nearby. Email editor at bites media dot com to have your event considered for inclusion. Paid-for enhanced listings are available – please email sales at bitesmedia dot com Thursday, May 24, 2007 Computer Gaming & Virtual Worlds Public Policy Workshop Ren Reynolds will lead a discussion about the public policy