Historical OUseful Jottings on Amplified Conferences

Via a tweet, @briankelly asks for links to things I’ve posted about around the notion of amplified conferences, whatever they are (I’m starting to reconsider what this might mean in the context of Conference Situational Awareness). I fear that there’s an increasing number of posts under the OUseful.info banner that I’ve completely forgotten about, but I’ll try to round up some of the ones here that Brian may (or may not) be interested in… If you’re not Brian, I woouldnlt bother reading any more of this post. If you are Brian, I’d probably stop now, too…

To try to get my recall juices flowing, I guess I’ve muddled around the idea of amplified conferences in several different contexts:

Author: Tony Hirst

I'm a Senior Lecturer at The Open University, with an interest in #opendata policy and practice, as well as general web tinkering...

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