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We’re Sponsoring The NZ Google Barcamp (Auckland)

Posted by Mike, July 2nd, 2010
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From Android to Wave, Google Apps for your company to SEO for your website AND everything in between Saturday 21st August, 2010 / Cost: $0 Vodafone NZ – 20 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland [map] I have a deep and passionate drive to ensure the NZ Google Barcamp series (yes, there will be more around the [...]

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NZ Google Barcamp Wave

Posted by Mike, May 18th, 2010
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We will be trying out using Google Wave to help barcamp attendees AND those that aren’t actually at the venue view live notes, ask questions via Moderator [coming], discuss session content and embed live waves. If you are new to Google Wave, feel free to review the Getting Started Guide and video tutorials. Embed live [...]

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Everything You Wanted To Know About Google — But Were Afraid To Search For!

Posted by Mike, March 3rd, 2010
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[disclosure: I am part of the volunteers helping to create this event] From Android to Wave, Google Apps for your company to SEO for your website AND everything in between … http://nzgbc.org Thursday 25th March, 2010: 8:30am-4pm Bar Bodega, 101 Ghuznee Street, Wellington [map] Ticket price: $0 The world’s first free and independent Google-centric barcamp* is [...]

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Canterbury Cloud Camp Unconference

Posted by Mike, October 13th, 2009
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Here at WaveAdept we love “people doing it for themselves” and especially organisations that give their fellow workers the ability and responsibility to make decisions for the betterment of all. And it’s not just limited to organisations with “power to the masses” exploding all over the world and here in New Zealand. One such example [...]

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