I am rather excited to be live blogging the Digital Britain Summit tomorrow, providing one way for the many interested folk who were unable to attend to still find out what is being said, by who.
It’s a really good looking line up, with some big names present, such as:
- Andy Burnham
- Lord Mandelson
- Stephen Carter
- Sly Bailey
- Will Hutton
- Stephen Fry
I’m lucky that my notes will be joined by some live video streaming, thanks to Gavin and Shane at ConferenceXtra.
Also, the official Digital Britain twitter account will be providing updates and responding to people’s tweeted comments.
All the action will be happening on the Digital Britain blog, including the streaming. Make sure you check it out during the day.
Just to be completely open, I should disclose that I am being paid by BERR to do the blogging. But I promise to keep my toadying to a minimum.
3 thoughts on “Liveblogging from Digital Britain Summit”
Thanks for the blogging. I’m disappointed that the video streaming was useless to me.
Tech glitches aside, well done on pulling it all together in a short time.
Feedback we have heard north of the border was that this was a “stale” event. Too many of the great and the good, and little sense of purpsoe. What have others said ?
Was there any feedback form aggregation to prove otherwise