We’ve created a new page here on this blog where we’ve linked to photos and videos from the conference, including some of our own. Please feel free to add a link to your own photos in the comments, and we’ll add them to the list.
Claire and Tori say thanks to everyone for making this such a fantastic conference & hope you all had a safe journey home #latamcyber — latamcyber (@latamcyber) May 23, 2011
If you’re going to be tweeting at/about the conference, you might like to use the hashtag #LatamCyber to label your tweets. We’ve also added a section in the right-hand column of this blog, where we’ll be aggregating tweets that use this hashtag.
There will be a wifi internet connection available at the Foresight Centre for use by conference participants. The rooms where the sessions will take place have a PC (with internet connection) and data projector, plus DVD and CD player. If you want to use slides as part of your presentation, please remember to bring them … Continue reading
As well as the actual conference sessions, there will also be some time in our programme for social events! If you’re attending the pre-conference workshop on net.art on Wednesday 18 May, which starts at 1pm at FACT, then you might want to have lunch beforehand in the cafe on the ground floor of the FACT … Continue reading
We’ve made some final adjustments to the conference programme – you can check the updated version here.
If you’ll be driving to the Foresight Centre and need parking during the conference, you can find a link to a PDF which includes a map showing the location of car parks on our Venue page (the same PDF is also very useful for those coming on foot or by public transport!). If coming by … Continue reading
On the afternoon of Wednesday 18 May, the day before the cyberculture conference starts, we’ll also be running a half-day workshop on Latin American net.art at FACT, a cinema and art gallery here in Liverpool. The workshop will take place from 1 to 5pm and will offer the opportunity to discuss net.art, networked installations, video … Continue reading
We’re delighted to share our print quality conference poster, which uses the Panorama composite image from the hypermedia story A Space of Time by Diego Bonilla, and is also inspired by this blog! See for yourself here (PDF download).