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Leeds Digital Lunch #8: Putting geolocation in its place
Wednesday, 23 November 2011 from 12:15 to 13:45 (GMT)
Leeds, United Kingdom
Following the previous four Leeds digital lunches - July's AweSEOme, August's Sociality, September's Mobilise, and October's Digital by Design - Leeds Digital Festival invites you to join us in the Adelphi every Wednesday lunchtime throughout November for a continuation of our panel discussions.
Again, we are bringing together the brightest brains associated with the city of Leeds to discuss a key digital topic, thanks to our hosts, the Adelphi.
On Wednesday 23 November, the panel will be discussing geolocation. What is geolcation? Is it a fad? Does it have a use? What could it do in the future? Is it something that can transcend "digital"?
Continuing the Leeds digital lunch's commitment to bringing together an engaging panel, an expert panel will be assembled to discuss the topic. The panel includes:
Lawrence Alexander (Bezier)
Imran Ali (LSx Festival of Technology)
Ashley Dawes (Zap!)
Adrian Inman (Order of Magnitude)
Sean Murricane (Welcome to Yorkshire)
Matt Seward (Kilo75)
Tim Waters (GeoIQ)
Tickets cost just £2 and are limited in number. Admission to the event will be ticket only.
The event takes place in the upstairs room at the Adelphi. The room will open at 12.15, for the panel discussion to start at 12.30. The discussion will close around 1.30.
Please note: although this is a lunchtime event, no food or drink are provided by the event organisers.
This event is part of the Leeds Digital Festival.