CreativeCoffee Club

01 May, 2008

30th April - CreativeCoffee Club London

Posted by: admin In: london| meetup

Within the first hour the group had doubled to 12, and lots of different conversations going on. The topic of music popped up and the difficulty of marketing physical products when you can download music.

The popular social networking working tool twitter and twirl came up again today, and its simplistic interface design is good. Its great usefulness that for instance you can get an opinion from someone on the other side of the work in a completely different work and living context to you whom you wouldn’t usually get the chance of talking to. The workings of social networking sites and the very important task of filtering content. Creating effect lists.

The usefulness of blogging to get your thoughts out and down and shared. A Helping others find useful and great stuff, recommendations.

The way latitude can affect people, and their directness.

Gaming, since it is the release of GTA IV today the topic arose. The violence in games and the aspects of the ability and training possibilities through growing up using a control pad.

Books mentioned included Everything Bad Is Good for You: How Today’s Popular Culture Is Actually Making Us Smarter by Steven Johnson and Meatball Sundae by Seth Godin

Images of this and other events on: Facebook

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CreativeCoffee Club is a meetup and networking event, after the style of the OpenCoffee Club. We aim to provide a place for business people, academics, teachers, public sector workers and managers to network, exchange ideas and discuss how to foster creativity and innovation in the workplace.