Video interview with Robin Hamman from BBC

May 21, 2008

The interview was made during the Glocal 2.0 conference in Skopje by Damjan Arsovski from Macedonian IT portal

Soon you can expect more from the conference presentations.


Glocal 2.0 – The day after

May 12, 2008

The conference is over, as you can see we were not able to update this blog very often during the sessions. But it is always good when others do. Some numbers that explain the conference and links to some of resources.

21 presentations were made at the New York University Skopje
2 of planned presentations were not held held all
1 planned presentation was played as video in its session: Is there Educational Blogging in Romania – Gabriela Grosseck & Carmen Holotescu
1 presentation was sent to late but it is still available online: Community Building through CMC in Iranian University e-Forums – Hamid Dolatabadi
1 not announced presentation, on our great pleasure, was played in the opening session: Distributed acts of journalism and journalistic acts of distribution – Paul Bradshaw
13 presentations were by Macedonians

1 Yahoo Pipe was created: tracking glocal conference

131 photos with glocal20 tag were are published on flickr, so far

60+ messages were send through twitter

30+ participants were present at each of the seasons, with the average ranging between 35 and 40

8 of the presentations (without the videos) are already online  (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

The numbers don’t say much, on events like this the networking is the most important part. And for sure there was a lot of networking. Thanks to all participants and guests and to all who made this event interesting and successfull.

The Glocal 2.0 does not finish here. We will put online audio and video clips from the conference and a publication with all the papers is planned as well. So stay tuned :).

Glocal 2.0 Programme

April 15, 2008

Just less than one month before the Conference, we are happy to share the final list of participants in the detailed programme for the forthcoming Glocal 2.0 Conference – Blogging: Evolution Treated as Revolution.

There was a larger interest of what we have expected, and therefore we have extended the initially planned two into three day conference. In total, there are five sessions at the Conference, and two parallel workshops at the end.

We hope that you will find interest and attend in all sessions.

Please download the programme as pdf (1.4 mb): Glocal 2.0 Blogiing: Evolution Treated as Revolution