A big thank you to everyone that has come and listened politely and asked good questions at our Historypin talks over the last few months. They’ve been a great way of starting conversations with clever, creative people and we’ll be doing heaps more in 2012.
Some of the highlights…
Nick at TEDxLondon, London – organised by the fantastic Seeper, with around 1,000 people brought together at the Roundhouse in Camden around the theme of an “Education Revolution”
Nick & Jon at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney – hosted by our fantastic partners at the Museum and part of our budding Australian Memory Project (more to follow)
Nick at TEDxNHH, Bergen – run by a dedicated group of student volunteers the Norwegian Business School and attended by a very bright bunch that all wanted Historypin stickers
Jon at the Smithsonian, Washington DC – a introduction to Historypin and LODLAM and available online thanks to the Smithsonian CTO Series
Historypin CEO, Nick Stanhope, will be speaking with Ryan Donahue from George Eastman House about sharing photographic collections and building communities.
The free talk is being held by the Digital, Social & Emerging technologies team at the Powerhouse Museum on 6th December.
Tuesday December 6 2011, 4:45pm to 6:15pm (GMT+1000)
500 Harris St, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW 2007, Australia
See the full details and register here.
Historypin CEO Nick Stanhope joined Alan Brough on the ABC in Melbourne for a very thoughtful conversation about Historypin, the democratization of history, the importance of intergenerational conversations, crowdsourcing, and more.
You can listen to the interview, about midway down this page, or download the interview.