Sofia Events - Part 23

posted by Dimiter on 2006/02/07 12:06

[ Sofia Events ]

Workshop "Effective Writing for the Web"
will be held in Sofia on the 11th of February (Saturday) this week. It is organized by Orbiphone and Netage Solutions.
The Workshop will consist of kyenote presentations followed by open discussions. The invited speakers in addition to their coolness have considerable experience in the creation and maintainance of web content. The follow up will be the application of the discussed techniques into the development of the Orbiphone blog content.

Some of the speakers and their topics:

Vladimir Petkov a.k.a Kaladan (Interspace, cult.bg, bpm.cult.bg, etc.) – How to Make Writing Fun?

Vladimir lives and works at the Centre for Media Arts InterSpace. He is very proud of his involvement in Cult.bg – a server for arts and culture, in the project "Open Source Software for Bulgarian NGOs" and *BPM – a zone for hyperculture.

Valeria Angelova (Orbitel) – Something Like a Business Site, Something Like a Problem

The last six years she has worked and learned at Orbitel. Valeria makes the company’s services more comprehendible and accessible to clients. She is the coauthor of "Netiquette" – very popular book among netters.

Elenko Elenkov (Dnevnik, eenk.com) – How to be Brief and Effective? Advantages.

Works as a content manager in Dnevnik. Teaches "New Media" at the Department for European Studies, Sofia University. He has considerable experience as an editor and author of technical reviews.

Georgi Vorzonovtsev (Netage, Groove Manifesto) – Discussion Moderator.
He works as a web-page designer for Netage and is the chief editor of Groove Manifest Magazine – an online media for design and visual culture in the new media context. He keeps several weblogs.

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More information in Bulgarian is available HERE.


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