Kirsty Pitkin

An event amplifier is an audience expander, an experience enhancer and an idea spreader for conferences. If you want to know more, just @reply and ask away!

Roxanne Persaud

Sociopreneurial Knowmad, #ThirdSector Pracademic, Event Amplifier, Positive Disruptor, Network Weaver, #FRSA geek, Doctoral Researcher, Maid of Fail.

Helen Keegan

academic, learning, technology, social stuff - believer in pseudonyms - occasionally blog here http://bit.ly/peVV7A

Hadley Beeman

I design & deliver #opendata and social networking technologies in the UK public sector. Advisor on technology policy. Open standards. Founder of @LinkedGov.

Paul Boag

A dad, blogger, author, speaker, christian, husband, entrepreneur, boss, geek, web guy, polymath, optimist.

Michael Nolan

Head of Web Services at Edge Hill University: http://blogs.edgehill.ac.uk/webservices/

George Brett

autodidactic techno arsty craftsy eclecticist

Tim Beadle

The status quo isn't inevitable

Phil Barker

learning technology, metadata, repositories, open education for work; cycling, rugby, family and random stuff for the rest.

Ian Ibbotson

Open Source Dev and Contributor working in Local Gov, Culture and Learning. Director at http://www.k-int.com, Trustee at GIST foundation. All views my own.

Neil Denny

International speaker and author on collaboration, conflict and communication with @all_LD learning and development. Also collaborative lawyer with @MogersLaw.

Hypothes.is

Bringing crowdsourced peer-review to the web via sentence level annotation and linking into documents.

Chris Limb

Writer of SF, Fantasy and Memories. Designer. The clock ate my homework. Published 80s pop memoir 'I Was A Teenage Toyah Fan' available via http://toyah.org

Lisa Harris

teaches online marketing at the University of Southampton. Fascinated by the disruptive effect of technology on business, education, politics, life...

Ned Potter

Forward looking Information Professional - tweeting about emerging trends, library marketing & advocacy, new technologies, New Professionals, all that stuff.