Last year we gathered together to celebrate the passing of platforms as we knew them and look towards what might be reborn from the ashes. Then we had a drink.
This year, we return to the Crypt on the Green for the next in our occasional series of DEADx talks. And we have much to discuss. For sure we'll want to talk about what recent consolidation means. We'll want to look at how distribution is - or isn't - changing. And we'll most likely have an argument about whether the banks can get it right this time.
Then we'll have a drink.
This event - like last year - will be free, and no salesman will call. You turn up early afternoon, have a beer or whatnot, listen to some properly interesting content from people with nothing to sell, get cross or inspired, and then hang around to have more beer or whatnots and do what other conferences call 'networking' and we call 'talking to people'. That bit at the end is where you try to get a new job if you want one.
We're still finalising speakers, so you'll have to take it on trust that this will be AWESOME. If you enjoyed last year, then it'll be like that, except with a better set and a projector which doesn't wheeze like an asthmatic rhino. If you didn't, it'll be nothing like last year and much better.
We only have about 125 seats, so get booking in.