PodCamp Ireland Set For September 27th 2008

As the dust settles on 3DCamp in Limerick and bulk orders for sun cream, mustard, burgers and sausages start hitting the shops in Terryglass ahead of OpenCoffee Club BBQ in July, myself, Bernie Goldbach and Krishna De (at present) are putting the wheels in motion behind the second PodCamp Ireland.

What we can tell you at this early stage is that the day will be bigger than last year, it will be held in Kilkenny again, and PodCamp Ireland will take place on Saturday September 27th (same weekend as last year).

For the first themed BarCamp event of it’s type (towards podcasting and new media), we enjoyed a successful day in Kilkenny last September, opening the unconference doors to a host of new faces from the world of the arts, music, design and more.

Bolstering content on the day through new areas of discussion and development in audio, video, podcasting, blogging and catering for complete newcomers to experienced hands, we’ll be hoping to repeat the success of last year’s inaugural event.

If you are interested in getting involved in steering the day, lending ahead at any possible point, do get in touch with any of us. Blogging should resume on PodCampIreland.com over the coming days and weeks as we rejig the 2007 signup process to fall in line with the current system enjoyed by 3DCamp and CreativeCamp (i.e. there will be no wiki signup process as there was last year).

You can track PodCamp Ireland developments on Jaiku by visiting the PodCamp Ireland channel, or over on Twitter track the #pci tag.


  1. keith bohanna May 28, 2008 at 8:01 pm

    nice one – had that date provisionally in my calendar from last year and have firmed it up now.

    Looking forward to this – as an eager learner and attendee 🙂


  2. Ken McGuire May 29, 2008 at 10:13 am

    Nice one Keith. Any and all thoughts on potential content or areas of interest from attendees welcome 🙂

  3. Jennifer Farley June 6, 2008 at 11:46 am

    I’m disappointed I’m going to miss it. I attended last year and got a lot out of it. If you need any help with graphics or the like, I’d be happy to lend a hand (and be there in spirit).

  4. Ian June 20, 2008 at 10:24 am

    I’ll be there =)

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