Some thoughts after Picnic 2010

Like the years before I visited Picnic also this time. I kicked of with a closed session on the Future of the Internet, of which reports will follow later.
Picnic was as ever an event packed full of potential inspirational talks and possible great interactions. Which became partly true. With the amount of sessions it is hard not to miss some interesting talks. But after three days I heard good talks by Matthew Stinchcomb, Paul Pangaro, John B. Rogers, David Gallo, Evan Ratliff, Cory Doctorow, Stephen Emmett, Charles Leadbeater and Geoff Mulgan. And great talks by Tom Hulme and all the speakers in the Urban Lenses Lab (Adam Greenfield, Usman Haque, Tom Coates, Anab Jain, Matt Cottam). Not a bad score after all. You find my ‘notes’ captured via keepstream here. More interesting are the overall take aways.
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