CyborgCamp is a conversation about the future of technology, and how humans fit in. We'll discuss topics such as social media, design, code, inventions, web 2.0, twitter, the future of communication, cyborg technology, anthropology, psychology, and philosophy.
RSVP on Upcoming.org (note that RSVP does not guarantee you a space if you’ve not registered). When registration is ready, the event will cost $10 per person until Noon PT September 30th 2010. No more tickets will be sold after that time.
This is an educational mindsharing and networking event that encourages high-level interdisciplinary interaction.
Classrooms, individuals and businesses are encouraged to attend the event remotely. It will be livestreamed through multiple channels and will be archived and tagged for future viewing. Details on remote conference access will be available a week before the conference begins.
If you’ve registered for CyborgCamp 2008, you’re already on our list and we’ll contact you for interest. But if you watched it online or learned about it somewhere else, we want you to help us plan the next one!
E-mail Nate Angell at email@example.com or Twitter
CyborgCamp's aim is to have many communication channels, such as Twitter, Flickr, UstreamTV, Video and Audio recordings and live chats displayed on the screen.
For more details, E-mail Amber Case at firstname.lastname@example.org or Twitter.
Email Amber Case at email@example.com or Twitter
During CyborgCamp, attendees make the conference. Some come prepared with ideas of what they want to talk about, and others come prepared to listen. Some have formal speech ideas, and other have speech suggestions. Attendees write their ideas up on a board and the conference begins!
Since CyborgCamp is a hybrid unconference, there will be both scheduled and unscheduled speakers. That means that you can start your own sessions off to the side of the main speaker and have your own unconference if you want to, or you can choose to stay in the main room and hear some of the scheduled speakers!