The next #SMC_MCR takes place on 4th October at Matt & Phreds, and we’re set to provide a ‘Pick and Mix’ of demonstrations of innovative digital projects.
While we don’t want to give away too much about exactly what will be shown off (it would spoil the surprise!), our demonstrators include projects called ViewRL, n0tice and Crowdfm. So, come along, find out more about some of the latest digital innovations from Manchester and beyond, give your feedback and ask probing questions. If you’ve got a project that you’d like to show off, please get in touch: admin[at]socialmediamanchester.net
Of course, there’ll be plenty of opportunity for informal networking, catching up with like-minded folk and enjoying the fine pizzas on offer at Matt & Phreds. As Apple’s event to announce the next version of the iPhone is also taking place on the same evening, we’ll be giving updates on that throughout the evening for those who care about such things. For some reason, they didn’t want hold the announcement in Manchester. Maybe next year!
Please mark yourself as attending on our Lanyrd page. It’s quick and easy to do with your Twitter account. See you there!
Location: Matt & Phreds, 64 Tib Street, Manchester, M4 1LW
Date: Tuesday 4th October 2011
Time: Doors open 6pm, we’ll start at 6.30pm, running through until around 8.30pm, although you’ll be welcome to stay later if you choose.
Do you have a cool digital product that you are developing? If so SMC_MCR would like to hear from you to participate in our next event on Tuesday 4th October
Pick and Mix is a chance to see the cool products that people are developing in the Manchester digital community. The format of the event is along the lines of traditional SMC events where we ask six people/companies to show, garner interest and get feedback on the products that they are developing.
If you fancy talking about your innovation in front of a friendly crowd of digitally minded Manchester folk drop us a line at admin(at)socialmediamanchester.net
While the relaunch of #SMC_MCR has gone well, one thing we still haven’t got is a new logo. Our existing one is three years old and it’s time for a change.
We want a logo that embodies digital innovation in Manchester, and we’re looking to the community to come up with something great that really shows SMC_MCR in the best possible light. In order for it work best as an icon on social networking services, the logo or a version of it should also be square
How you interpret the brief is completely up to you, but here’s how it will work:
Others can then browse the uploaded designs and ‘Like’ the one(s) they want to win.
Finally, the core organisation team for SMC_MCR (Julian, Josh and me) will decide the winner from a shortlist of the five designs with the most ‘likes’.
The deadline for submissions is 5pm on 11 November 2011. The winning design will be displayed on our website, Twitter account, Facebook page and other locations. We look forward to seeing what you come up with!
The Twitterstream from the ‘Riots and Social Media’ debate is under. It starts five minutes into the debate but gives a flavour of the very active conversation taking place. You will need to scroll to the bottom of the page to get the earliest tweet. Continue reading →
SMC_MCR is run by a group of people who are passionate about what digital technology and social media can do. Since 2008, SMC_MCR has been run by a core of volunteers and now with the relaunch there is an opportunity for more people to get involved and shape how SMC_MCR evolves.
If you have an interest and feel that you can contribute in the following areas contact us on admin(at)socialmediamanchester.net or catch either Julian, Josh or Martin at an event.
We are looking for people who can help with:
• Venue liaison and booking
• Event management
• Blogging and awareness (PR)
• Membership management