Webstock 2012 Less Than A Month Away

It has been almost 6 years since the first Webstock in Wellington, and I still remember fondly the inaugural conference. What was memorable for me was the week that I spent with Tony Chor (then Group Program Manager for Internet Explorer) and his authentic and humble presentation on Internet Explorer. In Webstock 2008 I got…

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Webstock Day 1

The Webstock conference opened this morning to an eager collection of passionate webbies. Having attended every Webstock event since it inception in 2006 I’m amazed at how Tash and Mike continue to surprise and delight. The bar is lifted each year with the teams professionalism and brand identity. 2010 is no different Webstock is now…

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Experience Webstock Behind the Scenes @ Workit.co.nz

If you aren’t lucky enough to be down in Wellington for the awesome Webstock conference this week you can still experience Webstock behind the scenes at http://workit.co.nz I recommend for a start to take a look at http://bit.ly/AdamGreenfield’s awesome walking workshop from yesterday on Systems/Layers: Understanding urban space in an era of networked informatics. The…

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The ONYAs Closing Soon

I’m very happy to announce that we (Microsoft NZ) has chosen to sponsor Webstock again in 2010. Once again there is a fantastic group of speakers set to visit our shores. This year the format is changing a little bit closing on the Friday night with “The ONYAs” awards that celebrate New Zealand’s web industry….

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Webstock Buzz Posts

Inspired and energised – 6 Mar 2008 Well run, great swag, decent food – 2 Mar 2008 Roger Hudson Interviews Molly Holzschlag on camera – 28 Feb 2008 Scott had to check the bag wasn’t a special prize – 28 Feb 2008 The international webnorati mingled – 27 Feb 2008 The bag rocked – 26…

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Webstoked!

WARNING I’m going to break the first rule of fight club and link to tweets! Move along now if you are offended. My involvement with the Webstock Festival started a couple of years ago. Back then the concept of bringing web celebes to en-zud was something we just had to be a part of. After…

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