June 2009 Blog Posts (10)

MellaniuM goes web.alive with Furnace.







Go to http://www.furnace.projectchainsaw.com for next generation… Continue

Added by Ken on June 26, 2009 at 10:00 — No Comments

Pachube has a new blog

If you've been to a Be2camp unconference, or simply lurked around Be2camp long enough, you will have heard people talk about Pachube. Well, if you're interested in this technology, now Pachube has its own blog, so you can subscribe to its RSS feed and keep yourself up to date on its efforts to build the Internet of…

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Added by Paul Wilkinson on June 24, 2009 at 14:30 — No Comments

HW Anode furnace Refactory from MellaniuM





http://furnace.projectchainsaw.com for new… Continue

Added by Ken on June 19, 2009 at 21:30 — No Comments

Be2party hangover

Hope you celebrated the first birthday of Be2camp yesterday. I saw a fair few tweets updating fellow Be2campers about conversations in Birmingham, London, Preston, etc, while others marked the occasion with a quiet drink at home. As a global event, Jodie Miners was drinking red wine in Australia while UK people were starting work, then UK events kicked off just as our west coast American friends were starting work - a different angle on round-the-clock…

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Added by Paul Wilkinson on June 17, 2009 at 9:30 — 1 Comment

Next London event: Be2camp@WorkingBuildings2009

The next Be2camp unconference event in London will be run over two days at London's Olympia exhibition halls on 7-8 October 2009. This unconference is being held in parallel with the UBM's three WorkingBuildings shows:

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Added by Paul Wilkinson on June 16, 2009 at 9:00 — No Comments

Woobius launches

Those who attended Be2campnorth (or watched proceedings online) may recall Bob Leung and Daniel Tenner talking about their simple collaboration solution, Woobius (see SlideShare and Ustream video here). The service has now been officially launched in the UK - see the news release…

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Added by Paul Wilkinson on June 15, 2009 at 15:30 — No Comments

be2camp brum

I've spent almost exactly a year threatening to organise a Birmingham be2camp and finally, thanks to one of our latest recruits, we've now managed to work out a date.



Lorna Parsons has done a fantastic job organising a venue and we can now announce that we'll be hosting an event on August 12th this year at the Fazeley Studios in Digbeth.



Along with the help of David and Soulla from Daden.co.uk, Lorna and I will be… Continue

Added by Rob Annable on June 14, 2009 at 15:00 — No Comments

Monitoring of Demonstrator Buildings: Technology Strategy Board (TSB) competition.

The "Monitoring of Demonstrator Buildings" competition will shortly open; see the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) website www.innovateuk.org/ and click on "current competitions".



Currently, there is just one paragraph on the site about this competition, but even these few words gives a good sense of what it is all about:



"This competition will enable companies constructing demonstrator buildings to apply for funding to monitor building performance, enabling comparison with… Continue

Added by daniel gilbert on June 11, 2009 at 13:00 — No Comments

Be2camp North content - going live

As promised last week, content from Be2campnorth in Liverpool on 15 May 2009 is now being being posted (in addition to the CoverItLive live-blog transcript).



As a first step, the presentations and Ustream video from the morning are now available here.



The rest should follow over the next… Continue

Added by Paul Wilkinson on June 10, 2009 at 14:55 — No Comments

Be2camp North revisited

Rest assured, the content from Be2camp North (held at FACT, Liverpool on 15 May 2009) will appear on this website very shortly. In the meantime, content yourself with some video of people using computers, making new contacts, and talking… Continue

Added by Paul Wilkinson on June 4, 2009 at 22:17 — No Comments

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