Roundtable meetings

x10 Presentations

This year, we're asking all participants to create a short PowerPoint presentation to a very specific format which we're calling 'x10'.

The format is designed to be as visual as possible, and will form the basis of the 'cinq a sept' session on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

You can find the sessions submitted so far on our Roundtable 2008 Slideshare channel, here: x10 Presentations

The format for the x10 is as follows:
Total of ten slides
x 3 about the work you do
x 3 about the context you work in
x 3 about the problems/challenges you face at the moment x 1 contact details

Every slide must have at least one picture and no more than an average of 20 words per slide (Or 200 for the whole presentation). In addition if you wish to provide a short commentary for the whole presentation, this can be submitted in writing but should not be longer than 350 words.

As all of these presentations will need to be translated. Please can you made sure that you complete yours by the deadline of Monday 2nd December - before if you can. Please send your completed x10 to me at

Taiwan Roundtable

Thanks to the sponsorship of TELDAP, our last roundtable New Thinking, New Models - digital culture and heritage roundtable was held in the Hua-shan Culture Park in Taipei from 10th - 12th December. The overall theme was ‘How the old feeds the new’ and the event was structured in order to maximise debate, networking and inspiration.

Huashan Culture Park

Speakers included media theorist & net critic Geert Lovink, Joseph Okpaku, Gino Yu, George Oates from Flickr, Seb Chan from Powerhouse Musuem in Syndey and others.

Click here for more information: Agenda | Attendee List | Attendee Map

The focus of the roundtable was on a combination of what we call ‘the basics’ – stuff everyone needs to know, mixed up with some future ideas around mobile and ‘inside out’ collections and included the important aspect of the local perspective form Asia/Pacific.

Agenda for the 4th Culturemondo Roundtable

The agenda for the fourth annual roundtable is available for download in .pdf format below.

Please note that these details may be subject to change.

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