SOLSTICE Conference 2010

Today was my fourth (2007, 2008/p2, 2009) SOLSTICE conference held here at Edge Hill University, this time in the Faculty of Health building (also the home to SOLSTICE itself). Once again this year I live-tweeted the conference using my @MikeNolanLive account which seemed quite successful - certainly avoided dozens of people unfollowing me!  As with … Continue reading SOLSTICE Conference 2010

Eduserv Symposium 2010: The Mobile University

Last Thursday was Eduserv's annual symposium. The theme this year was "The Mobile University", a topic we've been talking about for years as being the next big thing but has finally crept up the list of priorities and is now something we're starting to act on. So I was really looking forward to spending the … Continue reading Eduserv Symposium 2010: The Mobile University

Liver and Mash

I've already blogged about my own Mashed Library Liverpool talk but I promised to say something about the rest of the event, so here goes! Mandy Phillips and Owen Stephens http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikenolan/4605604625/ The day kicked off with welcome and introductions from Mandy and Owen. I'd heard bits about Mashed Library events before and I know the … Continue reading Liver and Mash

data.ac.uk

Last Friday I went to Liver and Mash, the Liverpool Mashed Libraries event held at Parr Street Studio 2. I'd been asked to speak by Mandy Phillips (formerly of this Parish) about - erm - something! I'll cover the rest of the event in another post but here I'd like to write about the topic … Continue reading data.ac.uk

Building an Anti-CMS

At last weekend's PHP North West Conference I delivered a talk titled Building an Anti-CMS (and how it's changed our web team).  Feedback has generally been pretty positive so I thought I'd open it up to a bit of constructive criticism from inside the sector (because every web team reads our blog, right?!). Video from … Continue reading Building an Anti-CMS