by Stephanie Booth
Welcome back to Europe with the second episode of our series on the Danish conference Reboot, which took place earlier this month. (Check out Episode 1, if you missed it.) Let’s continue our guided tour of European faces caught feeling bub.blicio.us at Reboot 9.0, Copenhagen.
Let’s happily start with Alexander Kjerulf, Chief Happiness Officer — he specialises in happiness at work.
Matt Webb, the “Webb” in Schulze and Webb (he probably doesn’t need to be introduced to bub.blicio.us readers, does he?)
Maya Lotan (Urbanseeder)
André Ribeirinho, caught on the phone this time — perhaps already talking to investors for Adegga?
Antony Mayfield (Spannerworks) and Ewan McIntosh (Edublogger extraordinaire)
Delphine Ménard (Wikimedia Foundation)
Paolo Valdemarin and Marco Formento (Youplus) — straight from Italy
Aram Bartholl, a Media Artist from Berlin who has worked on many projects involving the representation of online symbols in the offline world — they are worth checking out, and quite bub.blicio.us in their own right.
Felix Petersen of Plazes (a Swiss company!)
Stowe Boyd again, a little closer up
Leisa Reichelt of “ambient intimacy” fame
Andreas Haugstrup and Jesper Bindslev (Hoist)
Our lovely Russian researcher Lilia Efimova — now a proud mom, but more of that in Part III of this Reboot series
John Husband (Wirearchy)
Maryrose Lyons (Brightspark Consulting)
Jeremy Keith (Clearleft) and Håkon Wium Lie (Opera, Father of CSS)
At Reboot, we like to take care of all the interesting stuff that happens between (or besides) the sessions. So although the two days of conference are packed with great talks, the garden outside the venue is packed with rebooters lounging in deck-chairs, blogging away or happily chatting and networking. Here, get a feel of the atmosphere:
Do you recognize anybody? Ah, look here.
Delphine Ménard (Wikimedia Foundation) chatting about cameras with some fellow rebooters
Charlie Schick (Nokia)
The great Euan Semple and Bernie Goldbach
Tom Purves (Firestoker), straight from Canada with enough beer to keep us going
Marko Ahtisaari (Blyk, Dopplr) came to talk about attention
Jyri Engström (Jaiku) spotted at the Post-Reboot Party
As it was starting to be late, I had to sneak up on one of my victims in a bar somewhere between the conference venue and the hotels:
David Smith, director of ICT at St Paul’s
Time for a break! See you for two special guests and a bit more atmosphere in Part III (and last) of our Reboot 9.0 series.