Codex Alpe Adria 2007, the friendly alternative computing and digital
culture event organized by Cloanto, will take place this week-end
in Udine, Italy. Unlike previous years, the main event on Saturday
is to take place on a large tour coach, which will stop at various
places of historical interest, while seminars take place on board
the bus. The Codex Alpe Adria attendees will have a chance to explore
this beautiful region between Venice and the Alps, crossing Roman,
Byzantine and Venetian history with icebreakers and tales from Silicon
Valley, and experiencing first hand computing art, history and future.
Along the way, local delicacies and wines will be served, and new
friends will be made.
The event site at http://0xAA.org has been updated with the latest
schedule and conference information, including two new speakers:
Sergio Ruocco, organizer of the IPISA Amiga and alternative computing
conferences in the 1990s, and Takis Tsiricos, author of "One Flew
Over the Pacman's Nest" (a legal analysis of emulation). Sunday morning
we plan to meet again in Tarvisio, in the Alps region north of Udine,
for a walk near the Fusine lakes.
Joining the event is still possible, but online registration before
Friday evening is appreciated in order to confirm the exact number
of attendees. The event hotline is +39-334-731-7663. Great last-minute
light connections from Germany, the UK and most other European countries
are still available at bargain prices to the three airports around
Udine (Trieste = TRS, Venice = VCE, Treviso = TSF).
The Amiga Future 143 was released on the March 5th.
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Codex Alpe Adria 2007 Update
Published 06.07.2007 - 09:41 by AndreasM
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