- For those who don't know: the Black Country Social Media Cafe is a place for those interested in social media from different backgrounds to get together and share ideas over a coffee about how social media can work for you. You don't have to be a blogger, a podcaster, or a member of Twitter to come along; just be interested in how these technologies can work for you.
- Creating opportunities and insights for the music industry while lifting Dorset's musical status
The Dorset Music Forum (DMF) is a not-for-profit organisation focused on the development and growth of Dorset’s vast and highly talented music industry. Whether you are a promoter, a band, musician or venue, DMF provides support and greater access to the music industry.
- The plot takes place in a stream of consciousness as a cyberpunk quests for enlightenment in the digital age. The viewer is transported to a narrated virtual world in search of answers to the " Big Five" questions. It's a totally human experience as Cognition Factor stitches live conversations with Terence Mckenna, brother Dennis Mckenna, along with Ralph Abraham, Rupert Sheldrake, Ralph Metzner, Alex Grey, and twenty more of the top thinkers of our times. It's a narrated gonzo documentary, showcast inside a 3D landscape backed by original compositions from top musicians. like Dr. Lx Paterson, Dom Beken and Phil Le Gonedic, of The ORB, Merv Pepler (EatStatic/Ozrik Tentacles), Colin Angus& Matt Catt (The Shamen/Pablo_Sandoz), Steve Hillage (System 7), all brought together by ambient composer, performer and originator, Mike Martin (Indidginus).
- Year 13 / 25: Gimpo, Tim, Sharon, Dominic and friends followed the M25, from noon Saturday 28 March until 1pm GMT on Sunday 29 March 2009
Photos were posted as received.
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