Monki Gras 2012In a couple of weeks, I’ll be heading to London’s Conway Hall to participate in Monki Gras, the other-side-of-the-pond follow-up to 2011’s wildly successful Monktoberfest. The conferences grew out of a single tweet by Redmonk’s Steve O’Grady and are now on my (and many others’) Lanyard must-attend lists. And the venue choice couldn’t be better: Conway Hall was named after Moncure Daniel Conway anti-slavery advocate, out-spoken supporter of free thought & biographer of Thomas Paine — an appropriate location for a gathering of open-minded people having spirited discussion about how technology is changing the way we socialize and how the way we socialize is influencing the way we build and use technology.

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