For the next few weeks I’m pretty busy. My calendar looks like I may have eaten something I’m allergic to and threw up. Leaving you with that pretty nasty thought.
Some of the highlights include…
- Showing Visual Perceptive Media in the Future zone at IBC, Amsterdam
- Talking about the Perceptive Media and Data Ethics at FutureFest, London
- Spacewrangling the tale of two cities at Mozilla Festival 2016, London
- Talking about Visual Perceptive Media at Changing the picture, Babelsberg
Its not so much that I’m doing lots of big stuff, rather all the little bits in between some interesting events. For example getting Visual Perceptive Media on BBC Taster in a sensible way. Writing a paper for TVX 2017, arranging DJ Hackday 2017, etc, etc…
The amount of blogging and tweeting might drop as a result. Sure my 5.5 tweets a day has seriously dropped, but I’m blaming Twitter for that.
Feeling myself using Twitter less and less, which is a shame…
— Ian Forrester (@cubicgarden) September 6, 2016
I always said an ordinary life does not interest me, and there is a certain amount of hustle involved with this all.