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Date Thursday, May 29th, 2008
Time6:30pm to 9:00pm
LocationKing’s Head Pub, 2nd floor, 120 King Street Map
Expected AttendanceAll are welcome! It is free to attend.
ProcessRegister. Participate. Network. Spread the word via your blog.


On Thursday May 29th, join us for the first New Media Manitoba DemoCamp. This will be an opportunity to get together and see what kind of cool things companies in Winnipeg are doing. Afterward, we hope you’ll hang out for a drink or two and catch up with other new media folk.


This is your opportunity to demo your project!


If you are interested in doing a 10 or 15 minute launch of a recent product or you’d like to display/demo an early prototype of what you are building, we welcome you to sign up at upcoming.org and leave a comment about what it is you plan to show. You do not need to demo a product to attend! We will only have time for 4-presentations so presenters will be selected on a first-register first-demo basis, however, we will take careful note of who is interested in doing a demo, and those people will go to the top of the list for next time.


Mailing List


Join our Google Discussion group to talk with event organizers and your fellow attendees.




If you are planning on attending please register on Upcoming.org.





NameWebsiteDemo Topic
Kevin Hnatiuknewmediamanitoba.tvJust planning to attend and setup
Kathy Driscollnewmediamanitoba.comJust planning to attend and setup
Derek Fordnewwebdesigners.comJust planning to attend and watch the presentations
Your NameHereDemo Topic



Tips for DemoCamp presenters – it’s as easy as 1-2-3:


1. you’ve got between 10-15 minutes to present

2. rehearse your talk

3. don’t plan on having wi-fi for your talk

4. absolutely NO Powerpoint slides - do you have working stuff or not?

4. plan to answer questions afterward (no more than 5 minutes)


Notes & Photos from the Event:


1. View some photos of the event here... flickr photos

2. Click here to download the notes from the dojolearning.com demo or head to Kevin's Flickr account to see more photos from the evening.