Just back from a meeting in the program committee for Digital og sosial, and I’m full of that enthusiasm you get from knowing you’re creating something really cool with really cool people. It’s going to be a lot of fun. A lot of work too, no doubt, but a lot of fun. Look at the speakers! And the workshops! I’ve never got to go to a conference before where the workshops include doing collaborative digital writing, learning about the Norwegian wikipedia or the Norwegian Electronic Frontier Foundation, finding out about pervasive narratives, how to blog, how to wiki.

I think there are a few spots left, if you want to join us, but you’ll have to hurry! (And yes, it’ll mostly be in Norwegian, with some English)

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