Tag Archives: bitnorth

There’s a new Bitnorth

A new Bitnorth site has all talks and more details.

Why we all need adult geek camp

Guest post from Margaret Dawson on why camp vibes can be good for grownups too.

Bitnorth (September 14-16, 2012) registration is now open

Bitnorth 2012 open registration starts today. Here’s what it’s like, and how to grab one of the remaining tickets.

Themes for Bitnorth 2012

This year’s Bitnorth theme is Intersections. Specifically, between two or more of these topics.

The Bitnorth dilemma

Bitnorth’s going to be over capacity, a victim of its own success. Here’s what I’m doing about it, and some thoughts on the politics of scarcity.

Running live events: what I learned from Bitnorth

In September 2008, I ran the first Bitnorth. It was an informal TED-meets-Foocamp-meets-Unconference getaway North of Montreal, and it wound up being one of the most entertaining weekends of recent memory. Podcaster Bob Goyetche wrote about it and discussed it in a recent episode of Canadian Podcast Buffet (it’s around 4:00 into the podcast) andRead more