Some links for you:
- Uncle Jebediah's Magic Eye: North Wales & Liverpool – Lovely pics of my favourite bits of Wales from: "Ioana Epure, 21, Journalism MA student at Birmingham City University. Mostly into music photography, but still exploring."
- Re-building the TV Drama industry in the West Midlands « Script Online – "With TV drama series like Hustle and Survivors now filming here, we look at how we can rebuild our TV drama industry in the region. Come along to The Bond to hear a stellar panel of TV drama names give their views. This is an unmissable event for local screenwriters, directors, producers and anyone who cares about the future of television drama in the West Midlands. 30 March 2010. Venue: The Bond,180-182 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5SE" (via someone else; @getgood I think)
- Launch48 Birmingham – "The aim of Launch48 is to bring together participants from different backgrounds and levels of experience in the web industry to think/plan/develop and launch one or multiple web apps in one weekend…..Launch 48 Birmingham will run between 26th and 28th of March 2010, at Birmingham Science Park Aston."
Some links for you:
- A review of cultural labour markets by Kate Oakley « Annette Naudin's Blog – I know this is a link to a link but it enables me to point out both that the Kate Oakley piece is worth a read and that Annette Naudin's blog is worth a follow: "This is a blog about my research in Cultural Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Education for the creative, media and cultural indsutries"
- eGov monitor – The Digital Route To Recovery | Chris Price – Digital Birmingham – "The city plans major investment in its first Digital District in Digbeth, home to many of Birminghams renowned digital, creative and hi-tech businesses. Plans would see the development of an infrastructure capable of delivering high speed next generation broadband internet to residents and businesses."
- Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography – ePapers Repository – All of Phyllis Nicklin's photos (446 of them) plotted on a google map. Links to med-hi res versions of them. Amazing images of Birmingham circa 1950s to 60s. I remember Created in Birmingham dug these up a while back (with some struggle I recall) but here they all are in one place (may have been here for ages but I never noticed).