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2013 Summary: Events and Travel

I attended the following events:

IxDa (Interaction Design Association)
- Interaction Design from Yesteryear
- Designing with Sensors in mind

Girl Geek Dinners
- At Yahoo!'s London office

Electromagnetic Wave

Elephant & Castle Mini Maker Faire

Hack Circus: Time Travel Live

Kinetica

Experimental Food Society Spectacular Exhibition

UX Bookclub
- Lean UX

Make Invaders: Craft & Video Game Night

Computer Anonymous
- East London (twice)
- West London (twice)
- Central London (once)

Sweeps Festival

Theatre/Comedy/Book Readings/Talks:
Ben Goldacre - Bad Pharma
Daniel Kitson: After the Beginning. Before the End
Douglas Coupland - Worst. Person. Ever.
Knightmare Live
Simon Donald's School of Swearing
The Drowned Man

2014:
I already have tickets for:
Daniel Kitson's Analog.Ue
UXCamp

I also hope to attend Electromagnetic Wave (presuming it happens).



I did not leave England in 2013 and my travels around the country were not that extensive. I'm sure I've left off many places I've visited, but anyway, here's an attempt at a list:



Buckinghamshire:
Bletchley Park

Devon:
Anstey's Cove
Babbacombe
Bantham beach
Berry Head
Brixham
Broadsands
Churston Cove
Dawlish
Elberry Cove
Exmouth
Goodrington
Hollicombe beach
Hound Tor
Kilmorie beach
Lydford Gorge
Maidencombe beach
Meadfoot beach
Mothecombe Coastguards
Ness Cove
Oddicombe
Outer Hope
Paignton
Preston Sands
Shaldon
Shaldon Ness beach
Stoke Gabriel
Teignmouth
Thorpe Bay
Torquay

Essex:
Shoeburyness

Hertfordshire:
St Albans

Kent:
Bayham Old Abbey
Bewl Water, Lamberhurst
Bluewater, Greenhithe
Broadstairs
Dartford
Dungeness
Dymchurch
Eynsford
Greatstone
Joss Bay
Kingsgate
Littlestone
Margate
North Foreland
Otford
Ramsgate
Rochester
Stone Bay
Upnor

London

Nottinghamshire:
Beeston
Nottingham

Staffordshire:
Lichfield
Burntwood

More travel in 2014, I hope!
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Ooh, how was Knightmare Live? I was tempted to go!

It was great! Very funny.

They tended to stick to the format of the programmes, but I remember they asked the audience for items to go on the table for the Dungeoneer to look at, such as a Tupperware box and a copy of a FIFA football game.</p>



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