Small & well-formed: CRASSH and other cute conferences

From Bruno Giussani, European Director, TED “The more our lives and work become dematerialised and information explodes, the more conferences become relevant moments of confrontation…they will be a necessary social mediation that ‘social media’ cannot provide” As they argued in Wired’s December run-down on the year’s most exciting conferences, ideas need people to spread, and …

Welcome to the…

Back in the good ol days (2009) our mates and collaborators down at Mobile Pie decided to rate the usual spots they hit for lunch, and compiled them into a lovely graph. In 2010, they did it again. So enamoured were we with their Lunchometer that we bought them the web address as a present… …

Games Jam in Bristol

  So, we have just come back from a very exciting meeting about the first ever Bristol leg of the Extended Play Games Jam! Don’t know what it is? Read on, intrepid traveller… The Extended Play Games Jam is a ‘hack-a-thon’ where a team of random creative/programmy/interested people come together and try and smash together …

London subtlemob publicised in Grazia, The Guardian and The Evening Standard…

Almost 1000 people have registered to take part in Duncan Speakman’s Subtlemob project – and we’re having great fun being his technical support team. The project has featured in The Guardian, Grazia and the Evening Standard to name but a few… Our server almost crashed last night as hundreds of people attempted to download the …

igFest is on the way!

Yup. The moose are currently de-camping at the Studio, brilliant! We now can’t wait for this weekend. The whole of Bristol will be descending to play at igFest. This is the 2nd year running and it’s already over-booked again! Check it all out at http://igfest.org/