Manchester Social Media Cafe, April event

Don’t forget it’s Manchester’s Social Media Cafe tomorrow night. These are always worth checking out even though some of the topics may not seem particularly relevant immediately,  you can normally glean at least a few nuggets of useful information and the attendees are mostly a very friendly bunch. The recession busting bar prices at the Beeb also seem to ensure larger than average turn outs for  the events hosted here and why not use the money you save at the bar to donate towards the running of the events?
Anyway, here’s Josh’s information on the event:

The April 2010 meeting of the Social Media Cafe will be held at the BBC building in Oxford Road, Manchester.
Important: To clear security, please ensure you sign-up by 10 am on Tuesday 6 April so that your name is on the list!
This event is for anyone and everyone interested in social media in Manchester to meet, share ideas and learn. It is run as an ‘unconference’-style event, to enable the community to share their skills and interests. It relies on your participation to make it a success.
This month’s cafe will have a ‘hyperlocal‘ theme. Read the announcement blog post for more information.
18:00 Doors open
18:30 Introductions
18:40 Sessions
19:20 Break
19:40 Chris Taggart, Countculture, Openly Local and the Open Election Data project
20:20 Break and networking
Want to run a session? Please visit the session listing page.
Please donate!
This time, we’re asking for some small donations to help cover the costs of our guest speakers. You can donate through PayPal, here.