A couple of upcoming talks in June

I’m very pleased to have been invited to Frontiers of Interaction ’09 in Rome, on June 8th, where I’ll be talking alongside comrades Bruce Sterling, Adam Greenfield and Fabio Sergio as well as loads of other excellent folk on the event’s themes of “social networking, the internet-of-things and smart cities”.

This is the territory that I’m most excited about working in, and to be at an event dedicated to it in one of the worlds finest, oldest, most-beautiful cities is a real treat.

From Rome at the beginning of the week, it’s to Malmö for From Business To Buttons on the 11th and 12th of June, where I’m going to be talking more about Dopplr and personal informatics, specifically going into some detail on the design process behind Dopplr Annual Report.

Maybe see you at one or the other…

Going to be giving an ‘open lecture’ at Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design on Thursday. Looking forward to visiting CIID for the first time!

2 thoughts on “A couple of upcoming talks in June

  1. Greetings. I apologize for contacting you this way, but I can’t find a better way to do it. I found your “Get Excited and Make Things” poster on Flickr, and I would like to share it with my readers at Get Rich Slowly (getrichslowly.org, which is a personal finance blog aimed at average folks). I’m in the midst of writing an article about pursuing your passion, and I think this would be fun to include. The only issue is that my site is for-profit, and thus I cannot share the poster without your permission. I don’t intend to sell it — merely show and link to the Flickr photo — and would be grateful if you would grant me written permission to do this. Thanks!

  2. Hello Matt,
    just to tell you that I very much appreciated your great presentation today
    c/o Frontiers of interaction in Rome.
    Thank you very much and ciao from Rome,

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